If you’re a Harry Potter fan, you know about the new site Pottermore. And many of you tried to gain early access into the Pottermore site by finding “the magic quill.” I for one did, and got in like many others. However, for those unlucky few, there have been scams going around. Here are some ways to avoid the scams, and big no-nos.
People are selling Pottermore accounts online using services such as eBay. Now although these are probably real accounts, the catch is in the fine print. According to iBites.com and the Pottermore fine print, selling this is considered fraud and could be denied because they reserve the right (Pottermore site) to terminate the accounts sold online.
Look out for online sites too offering Pottermore access. Most of the time, it will be a fraud trying to gain personal info. I’ve seen this similar topic loads of times. Also, these sites could also hand you a nice present too…viruses or malware. Yay, just what I wanted!
So if you’re a parent, and your kid wants to get into Pottermore, be extra careful, and check with your kids what they are doing trying to get access into this site. And to you fans dying to get in, face it, early registration is over. It’s only 2 months away.
Until now, good luck Pottermore fans. All will be well.
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