Scam?

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2 years ago#1
I was sent a message by CoD Beta Tester or something like that.

I was told to login to an account on codtesters.com or some crap and I will be awarded 2500 Microsoft Points.

So, is this a load or legit?
2 years ago#2
Oh, and it was for CoD Ghosts.
2 years ago#3
I wouldn't trust it
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2 years ago#4
Definitely a scam
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2 years ago#5
And the "person" sending the message had a 200 gamer-score.

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2 years ago#6
I think you should put your details in, make sure you include your bank details, mothers maiden name, place of birth etc

oh and some selfies, just for fun
2 years ago#7
Come on, you know that's not legit
2 years ago#8
fakesoundofprogress posted...
I think you should put your details in, make sure you include your bank details, mothers maiden name, place of birth etc

oh and some selfies, just for fun


Also make sure you include your social security number
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2 years ago#9
Well in that case:

If you get this message, don't do what it says!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!11!!!!!1!!!!!ONE!!!1
2 years ago#10
If you seriously needed to come here to make a topic asking if this is legit then yes, yes it is legit.
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