GTA 5 scammers attract Take Two’s legal wrath

By Brenna Hillier, Sunday, 17 March 2013 22:03 GMT

Having already smacked down two scams, Take Two has filed a fresh complaint against a site purporting to offer free Grand Theft Auto 5 beta access. Fusible reports the publisher now has four active cases with the World Intellectual Property Organization over scam websites. You’re unlikely to fall for this kind of nonsense, but don’t let your less-hardcore friends and family get sucked in.

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