Modern Warfare 4 beta scam doing the rounds

By Brenna Hillier, Monday, 4 March 2013 01:22 GMT

Just a reminder that anybody asking for your personal details to sign up for a Call of Duty beta is probably trying to steal your details and make your life miserable. Fusible has word of a new scam using the ModernWarfare4beta.com domain name. Some minor sleuthing quickly exposes the site’s owners, who have nothing at all to do with Infinity Ward or Activision. Similar scams turned up for Black Ops 2 last year, as well as for Halo 4, thanks to the enormous non-core audiences big name shooters command. Be wary.

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