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    Posted December 11, 2013 by
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    Blizzard Entertainment allows credit card banging

     
    Blizzard Entertainment a subsidiary of Virgin recently patched its online massively popular hit game "World of Warcraft" to allow automatic in game shopping with customers on file credit cards. Parents everywhere should be warned and aware that their credit card(s) could be getting hit with hefty new spending for frivolous in-game items over and beyond what they pay already in monthly fees.

    Blizzard may try and convince the public that there is a feature to deactivate the button but the button and code remains in the game and could be used maliciously by exploit software that could still yet bang away at your credit card.

    As like all software and online shopping sites and services you should protect your interests and call blizzard today to complain and cancel your credit card on file to protect yourself.

    This feature should not be left in the game, its predatory nature is offensive and really strikes hard at already over-burdened Americans struggling with credit debt.

    Please warn the population CNN, do the right thing.

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