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Re: Fake Playstation Network (innovyx) email?

Mar 25, 2011

hahaha ok I was wrong

I was just suspicious because I haven't read about it anywhere else...and the website name is odd. Well I will check it out later, then I will decide if it is real or fake. Don't say I'm stupid for not being sure yet, I haven't checked it our for myself.

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Re: Fake Playstation Network (innovyx) email?

Mar 25, 2011

PhantomOfPanton wrote:

hahaha ok I was wrong

I was just suspicious because I haven't read about it anywhere else...and the website name is odd. Well I will check it out later, then I will decide if it is real or fake. Don't say I'm stupid for not being sure yet, I haven't checked it our for myself.

Yeah, the e-mail is just the service they use. Sony outsources just about everything. lol.

But when you want to use the PSN for anything come April 1st, you will have to accept these new terms, or you won't be able to.

I would not call you stupid.

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Mar 25, 2011

Since you replied, I figured you wanted me to reply. And yes it works that way, you truly are stupid. Explain how it doesn't work that way, LMAO, you can't; because you are wrong.

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Re: Fake Playstation Network (innovyx) email?

Mar 25, 2011

Hey all: Check out this link for more information!

http://us.playstation.com/support/answer/?a_id=2324

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Re: Fake Playstation Network (innovyx) email?

Mar 25, 2011

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"He didn't agree to anything. Was there a signature? No? Oh, I guess that means everyone can ignore those false 'terms' then. Sony has no authority to make up whatver the hell they want and force people to accept."

LMAO he didn't agree to anything because there wasn't a signature? How stupid are you? He agreed to the terms by clicking agree you dumb ****.

Nope, it doesn't work that way. Funny though, you said twice you won't waste your time yet continue to spew idiocy. Make up your mind. Lol.

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Mar 25, 2011

Thanks for the info, Trawnza!  Y'all heard it straight from the horse's mouth, it is legit.  Although, since innovyx.net was something I've never heard of, it got me wondering too.

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Mar 25, 2011

i contacted customer report this was the responce email

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is this real? and is there a better place to report it if it isnt? " Important N...
Discussion Thread
Response Via Email (Tanisha B.)03/24/2011 10:30 PM
Hello Jeremy,

Thank you for writing us in regards to the email you have received regarding Sony Network
Entertainment  America Inc. ("SNEA").  Please rest assured that this is a valid email  that is being sent out by Sony Computer Entertainment America (SCEA) to  every PlayStation(R)Network user letting you know of the new Terms of  Service and User Agreement with SNEA on April 1st.   At this point, we are limited on the details of the terms.  We do  encourage you to review the link provided in the email for more  information.  Please feel free to email me back if you have any  additional questions or concerns.


Regards,
Tanisha B.
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Thank you for contacting Sony Computer Entertainment America, LLC (SCEA).

You  have received this auto-acknowledgement to confirm that we received  your message.  We will respond to your message within 24 - 48 hours.   For immediate online support, please visit our PlayStation Knowledge Center at http://us.playstation.com/support 24 hours a day.

Thank you for your patience.

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Customer By Web Form 03/24/2011 10:28 PM
is this real? and is there a better place to report it if it isnt?

"
Important Notice: New Terms of Service and User Agreement
Show Details

Add PlayStation_Network@playstation.innovyx.net to your address book

===================================

PlayStation(R)Network

===================================

An important message to you from the
PlayStation(R)Network team at Sony Computer
Entertainment America LLC.

On April 1, 2011, Sony Computer
Entertainment America LLC ("SCEA")
will transfer its online services
operations, including your wallet
and the funds in it, to Sony Network
Entertainment America Inc. ("SNEA").
The first time you sign in to your
Sony Online Services account on or
after April 1, you will be asked to
enter into a new Terms of Service and
User Agreement with SNEA. If you do
not wish to enter into a contract with
SNEA, you may decline the terms of
service and we will close your account(s)
and return your funds. You can preview
the new Terms of Service and User
Agreement with SNEA at:
http://playstation.innovyx.net/r?xncJlcWEcWlJqTEHHHqTcJcvlJP

PlayStation(R)Network will continue to
provide you with the highest standard
of interactive entertainment. Your
access to the best games, movies, TV
shows, music and friends will remain
intact. Thank you very much for being
part of the PlayStation(R)Network online
community! We look forward to continuing
to bring you the best in innovative
online entertainment!

Your PlayStation(R)Network password and
Sign-on ID (RandomTwo) is required
to sign in to your Sony Online Services
account. Please go to >>
http://playstation.innovyx.net/r?xncJlcWEcWlJqvEHHHqTcJcvlJn
to ensure your account information
is accurate and updated.

The PlayStation(R)Network Team

===================================

LEGAL
"PlayStation" and the "PS" Family logo are
registered trademarks and "PS3" and
"PlayStation Network" are trademarks of
Sony Computer Entertainment Inc.
(C) 2011 Sony Computer Entertainment America LLC.

Sony Computer Entertainment America LLC
919 E. Hillsdale Blvd., Foster City, CA 94404
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PhantomOfPanton wrote:

Since you replied, I figured you wanted me to reply. And yes it works that way, you truly are stupid. Explain how it doesn't work that way, LMAO, you can't; because you are wrong.

Oh, no no. You didn't have to reply. Since you had no argument to begin with I'm surprised you kept going. For the last time it does not, the proof is yours to provide. For all you know the PS3 was purchased with the account already on it. One button does not make for a binding contract anywhere. Yet we all know how people can be influenced by money during court cases to push them in ways they shouldn't go. Sony has nothing and should be dismissed, that's all that needs to be said.

Too many games, too little time.
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Mar 25, 2011

It looks fake to me.  If it is then this means that someone has hacked sony's PSN mailing list or has a way of capturing PSN email traffic (I've received about 5 emails from them in the past 2 years). My registered email for my PSN account is unique to PSN and not used for any other purpose.

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Mar 25, 2011

No it is proven that he created the account after the PS3 was allready purchases. You think you are smart, you can't just say "no no thats not how it works, look it up" you have no arguement.

Peace.

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