What is a scam?
Cheating someone out of something.
The most common scams we see are people trying to get other people's CD-Keys and
How do I avoid scams?
Treat your CD-Key and your account password as private information. If someone
asks for it, do not give it to them. If someone tells you there is a cool new
Battle.net command that requires your CD-Key or account password, laugh and then
read below on how to report them.
How can I tell something is a scam?
What it all boils down to is, did someone ask you for your CD-Key or account
password? If so, beware!
Blizzard Entertainment Representatives will not ask for your CD-Key or account
password over Battle.net. The only time we would need your CD-Key information is
when you call us at 1-949-955-1382 and tell us you are having a problem with
How can I report scammers?
On Battle.net. Take a screenshot of the person attempting to steal a password or
CD-Key and mail it to [email protected] Make sure the screenshot includes
their account name and Realm. If the password stealing involves a third party
program or a web page, include the URL or link.
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