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Oct 27, 12 at 7:25am
These emails are quite typical, I get them on addresses that are not even attached to a Battle.net account, hahaha.
Like it was suggested, go to Battle.net and try to log in. Submit a ticket and you can always call Blizzard if you like.
Oct 26, 12 at 5:14pm
Your best bet is to actually visit the site by typing in the address instead of clicking a link in the email. Email addresses can be masked in the same way that you should be semi-skeptical about emails from banks.
If actually log in to your battle.net account then your account status should be listed on your game account.
Oct 26, 12 at 4:28pm
Whoa, slow down. A few things to verify here before we assume the account is banned:
Check the e-mail address. Verify it ends in battle.net or blizzard.com. This is easily faked, but it's a good first precautuon.
The URL. Does it send you to a legitimate battle.net or worldofwarcraft.com address? Double check in your browser.
The content of the e-mail. Blizzard wouldn't give you X amount of time to reply before taking action. They would do it and then e-mail you.
Double check all this again and submit a ticket on battle.net to verify the legitimacy of the message. You may have just fallen for a phishing scam and given someone else your account details. I would go directly to battle.net asap and change your password. If you don't have an authenticator on your account, now's a good time to do so. Keep a close eye on your account as well if you're still able to log in to the game.
Oct 26, 12 at 3:19pm
got home to a email earlier saying my account had been involved in disputed transactions so i followed the instructions but couldnt log into the site
i tried going online after this but i couldnt do that either
how long do these bans last and ytf dont stupid blizzard give u more than 4 hours to respond to a email like this before they ban -.-
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