Short Version: Check the address of every webpage you visit.
It has been brought to my attention that a new wave of scammers/phishers have come. So far, they have been saying things like "Let's talk over here!" followed by a link to what LOOKS like the Aeria forum. Here is an example:
If you pay attention (and if your browser supports it and I believe all the popular ones do), you will see the actual URL that this scammer is directing you to:
Clicking the link takes you to a fake Aeria Games website login page. It is an exact replica except for one thing. If you enter a username and password, then that information is sent to the scammer. There are a few ways to see that this is a scam site. First off, look at the URL at the top (boxed in blue). Another fairly easy way to tell is that the form will accept ANYTHING you put and then it will show you as logged in because it redirects over to the real Aeria website (assuming you were already logged into the real Aeria website).
For those of you who have clicked this link, you are probably okay unless you entered your actual Aeria username and password into the form below. If you have done this, then hurry up and change your password.
It is NOT recommended that you visit the website even to mess with the scammer. If you do so, please understand that you could be keylogged, given some other virus, etc. Nothing malicious seemed to have been loaded when checking out the website, but that does not mean that it will not load some sort of keylogger or other virus.
I checked the website out on a test environment that, if somehow infected, would not have access to anything useful and could be easily wiped.