And this probably goes for UO people also... I received an email today notifying me that I had completed a password change on my WOW account and that if I hadn't made the change, I should follow the link below and login to fix that issue. This brought up 3 issues. 1. It came to my wife's email who has never played an online game in her life. 2. I have never had a WOW account. 3. If my password had been changed, and I didn't do it, how the hell can I login when I wouldn't know the new password. Ok, jokes aside this was an obvious phishing attempt, but very interesting that it was targeting online game players. I'm sure most of you know this, but considering the number of people who get scammed everyday, some of you may not. NEVER follow a link in an email. If you have a concern and you need to login to an account (paypal is a big target for this), type the url for the website into your browser manually. That way you are assured you are going to the website you mean to go to. On a fun note, I was able to track back the hotmail account the sender sent the email from and send him a nice little surprise.