So in November I cancelled my WoW account because I wanted to move on. WoW is a great game and I had a blast leveling to 70, but the end game grind just wasn't for me. Anyway, the account was due to be shut off some time in December. On January 11th I went on vacation to Mexico and whilst there, had very little internet access. At one point, however, I was able to check my email and found two very interesting messages from Blizzard. The first indicated that my password had been reset and the second indicated that my account was on a temporary, 72-hour, suspension for "exploitation of the World of Warcraft economy or for being associated to accounts which have been closed for intended exploitation." At the time I was a little busy vacationing to pay attention to the emails (i.e. I didn't even read them). When I returned, however, I was shocked at what I had found. I logged in to the Account Management site using the temporary password that Blizzard had provided when they reset my password, and proceeded to change my password to something else. While looking through the information the page presented, I noticed that it was now set up for the 3 month recurring payment plan (which I have never used) on a particular credit card (which I do not own). I have since emailed the Account Administrators (because you can't talk to them on the phone) to let them know all of this but have received no response. Out of curiosity, I checked on my desktop PC (the one I mostly played the game with) to see if I still had the client installed, and I did so I decided to login and see what was going on. I logged in to my main character (70 undead priest) to find that my bank (which was full of bags) was mostly empty, my healing set was gone and I was at the entrance of Dire Maul and my bags were full of loot. While I played the game I never went to Dire Maul, not once. Is that a typical place to do gold farming?