Also, with your credit card details, these companies have your personal information like your name and address which can be used for identity theft or even sold to third part advertising companies for a profit. The bottomline is that these wow items
guys are out to make money and they just don't care about your and your online safety. in my opinion, these ebsites are better avoided. Also, if the authorities get involved, there is a chance Blizzard will catch wind of it and your account will get banned! Double Fail!
Theft - One thing you will notice on the majority of these rogue websites is the overwhelming amount of ads and most worryingly, spam. The companies play on the desperation of the visitor as they are fully aware that spamming the site up won't deter passionate and desperate gamers. The spammy ads provide additional revenue to the sites.
Most of the sites get paid for individual clicks on the ads and therefore, the websites are deliberately difficult to navigate, meaning a typical visitor will click through multiple ads before reaching where they want to get. At this stage, a visitor may cheap wow gold
have earned the site a few dollars in clicks before actually purchasing anything! Then there is the danger of trojans and malicious code which can find its way into your computer and steal your information. More importantly though, they can access your WoW account details and steal the gold and characters you worked so hard for. How's that for irony? Is it really worth it?
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