This is not one of them. He didn't even point out to me that I was supposed to go there - and what was the silly thing with Blizaard about? Next time at least give the initial whisper a random name to make the shifted line appear more valid.
Anyway... on to the real concern. This morning I got an email that was about as good as the one Noisy Rogue talked about.
It read something like this:
Now if I had not recently changed my email adress, this probably would have been less effective. What surprised me is that it is a perfect copy. This is the actual "you changed no email recently" email.Hello,
Blizzard Entertainment recently received a request to change the e-mail address used to log in to the Battle.net account with the username firstname.lastname@example.org. The e-mail address email@example.com has been specified as the new username for this Battle.net account. An email has been sent to this new address containing a verification link to complete the change.
Once the new address has been verified, the e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org can no longer be used to log in to this Battle.net account or any World of Warcraft accounts merged with this Battle.net account.
If you did not initiate this request, please click here to contact the Blizzard Billing & Account Services team immediately.
The Battle.net Account Team
Spot what's wrong with it?
Neither did I.
Mainly because it's not there. Displayed above is the pure text part of the email - not the html email. In the html version there is a link at the end to contact Blizzard Billing and Account Services.
Let me not quote the wrong one here, but it was not http://www.battle.net/account/support leading instead to a .us site. Well done, it did make me wonder for a while.
Oh yes, and in case you haven't done so yet - go and get an authenticator. Cunningly available from the Blizzard store, which you'll likely find linked on the real Blizzard homepage. I won't even bother linking that here, right?