on 12-07-2009 12:41 PM
I got one of these messages from someone last month (or around then).
He said something like:
"your Call of Duty talents have been recognised by Sony Computer Entertainment and we wish to invite you to join a six man clan of the best Call of Duty 4. In order to accept we need your email address and password"
It read something along the lines of that, I can't remember if it was to do with the MW2 beta aswell. He had a name like you mentioned, "Infinity_Ward_Development..." or something stupid like that.
What a loser.
Basically I told the guy to f*** off. I never got a reply lol.
on 13-07-2009 09:35 PM
Yesterday i had a message from a guy 'offering' to swap BF 1943 for any of his PSN games (an 'Offer' from a member of these boards no less). When i said something along the lines of im not stupid he rebutted with saying that i could 'TRUST' (in block capitals) him. And that 4 other people had his account details because he TRUSTED them.
This came a few days after being asked to make a new account for them and give it to them ( what the logic behind this was i have no idea but it didnt feel kosher).
Seems the scammers are really hitting PSN at the moment. Do they not face any real consequences for trying this crap?
on 24-07-2009 11:29 AM
I was just wondering are the betas sent out randomly or do u have to sign up 4 somrthing. Also how could u fall 4 something like that why would sony or zipper want your password common sense
on 25-07-2009 03:21 PM