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Your FIFA 18 account may have been hacked by Russians

Nov 27 2017

A FIFA 18 user has been the victim of Russian hackers who interfered with his account. The gamer received a strange email from EA Sports accusing him of cheating at FIFA 18, despite a clear sign he hadn't.The user RSgodson claims on Reddit to have never owned a FIFA title, but upon further examination a purchase for this year's popular title was in his order history. and also you can fifa 18 ps4 coins from our site. The order for the free trial version of the game was written in Russian, prompting the user to change his password and set up a login verification after the security breach. One user questioned whether the email was merely a fishing attempt, but RSgodson clarified the situation. "It's definitely from EA," RSgodson clarified. "Upon further investigation it looks like my EA account has been compromised.

 

 

"I went to the "order history" section of my EA account and there was this purchase for FIFA 18 more than a month ago. Mind you, I have no idea how to read or speak Russian. I tried to change my password and set up the Login Verification for better security but it asks me to enter the answer for this security question..." More advice came from another user, Chaosritter: "Tell him to charge back as many payments he made as possible. and also these buy fifa 18 coinsbelong to you guys. He'll get a part of his money back and the account will be locked and/or terminated." One way users have been unaware of the issue has been that hackers change the language to Russian, meaning, as 333x points out, EA emails have been dumped in spam folders. "When they hacked my ea account they also changed it to Russian," said 333x. "This made the emails saying my password changed go the the spam folder in Gmail because of the Russian. Found the message in the spam folder by pure luck of checking there."