Monday 26/01/2009, 09:39


Some players are spamming messages giving a link to a website promising clintz, cards and credits.

On this site, people are asked to give their user name and password first.
This kind of sites are ALWAYS created to scam players and steal their password.
If you try to use this kind of sites, you will never get free cards. It's a lie !!
Your own cards will just be stolen few hours after you gave your password.

NEVER give your password to anybody.

Saturday 09/05/2009, 05:53

Im really cautious about trades.
is it possible to have a 3rd party monitor a trade? (by 3rd party i mean mod or admin)

Saturday 09/05/2009, 23:51

Yes. It's a mod trade. Find an online mod, then you both send your side of the trade to the mod. The mod will then give opposite parties their due cards.

Wednesday 13/05/2009, 12:57

What why do they try to get our passwords

Thursday 14/05/2009, 05:21

@Uma - CostieK : Yes moderators are willing to help with trades. Just ask any available moderator for a moderator trade and that moderator will mediate with the trade for a safer trading transactions.

@Anth1313: Sometimes people try to get other player's password for their benefit. Usually what happen is, the cards are transferred to the thief's account and so on.

Wednesday 20/05/2009, 21:45

Http:// whatch out this is a hack site sen by

Tuesday 26/05/2009, 21:52
It only lets me sell cards to this person now

Friday 29/05/2009, 17:36

Hola a todos si que reis echaros un duelo con migo la areis no

Friday 29/05/2009, 22:29

They just want other ppl's password so they can be a higher lvl -.-

Monday 08/06/2009, 08:32

I want the site address just to give them a fake account !
and what kind of stupid idiots hand over thier password ? to an un official site ?

Thursday 11/06/2009, 15:22

A prime example. Tere are some stupid people here, seriously:


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