Hello all !
Somebody is using MSN to scam players and have their password.
The contact he's using on MSN is : email@example.com
This person pretend to be working for the customer support, answering to requests with MSN.
It's a lie.
The customer support never NEVER use MSN to answer to your requests. We only answer by mail.
Be careful and don't forget : the staff will NEVER ask you to give your password.
We don't need it.
Just never give your password, to anybody !
Ye true kiwi, but some new players who have just purchased credits might have a few copies of Kenny or Tan laying around and be dumb enough to tell the person their password. Then the person just gets the most expensive cards on the account and badda bing few clintz closer.
It should be easy for admin to look up who the sale went to and block the account. Think about it, you get ripped-off and someone sells your most expensive cards through private sale for 50 clintz. It should not be hard to trace where the card went and who ended up with it. This is not the perfect crime and I trust the UR Staff will handle it appropriately, they do a great job with everything else.
O.O this sounds like a fun way to take things........XD better than going to their house and asking them for the password.....XD
but seriously don't fall for it unless its me that getting things
watch yourselves make no mistake there are people that take advantage of these things