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    Kevoh
    Credit Card Fraud involving Blizzard Entertainment
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    • 11th May 07, 10:38 AM
    Credit Card Fraud involving Blizzard Entertainment 11th May 07 at 10:38 AM
    Blizzard Entertainment are a reputable games company. I or my wife have never bought anything from them directly. I have 3 CCs. We are currently using one regularly, another is for foreign trips and a backup one.

    On the Back up CC which we haven't used since Feb 2007, I just noticed 3 fraudulent transactions made to BLIZZARD-ENT*ELECUPGRD in US Dollars.

    Either Blizzard Entertainment name has been hijacked by fraudsters or their systems are running amok. I searched online and found one post by someone who has been hit by BLIZZARD-ENT*ELECUPGRD

    Check your cards for

    06 May 2007 08 May 2007 BLIZZARD-ENT*ELECUPGRD Currency: USD Amount: 19.99 Exchange Rate: 1.93 £10.35
    06 May 2007 08 May 2007 BLIZZARD-ENT*ELECUPGRD Currency: USD Amount: 19.99 Exchange Rate: 1.93 £10.35
    06 May 2007 08 May 2007 BLIZZARD-ENT*ELECUPGRD Currency: USD Amount: 19.99 Exchange Rate: 1.93 £10.35
    Last edited by Kevoh; 11-05-2007 at 10:41 AM.
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