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Web conferencing readers - so what do we do with the paypal spammer - defense

 

From: "Paypal Security"
Subject: New Collateral Requirements
Date: Tue, 26 Jul 2005 19:20:51 -0800

Dear valued PayPal® member,

Due to current deceitful transactions, we have issued the next collateral requirements.

It has come to our (attion)**Spelling Mistake**, that 98% of all deceptive transactions are caused by members using stolen acknowledgment cards to acquire or sell non existant items. Thus we command our members to add a (Debit/Check card)**Ding Ding Ding are your Alarm Bells going off Yet???** to their billing report as part of our long-lasting binder to defend your bill and to cut down the case of fraud on our website. Your Debit/Check card will only be used to categorize you. **YEAH RIGHT!!!** If you could choose take 5-10 follow-up out of your online come into contact with and renew your minutes you will not run into any coming tribulations with the PayPal® service. However, catastrophe to back up your minutes will answer in your balance suspension. **All Paypal Financial statement Earn Good Money For Paypal, Why Delay Them?**

We are requesting this in a row to verify and keep your identity. National rules demand all fiscal institutions to obtain, verify, and best ever identification from all people cavity new balance sheet or obtaining ongoing payment services. This is in order to check the use of the U. S. banking arrangement in terrorist and other criminal activity. For these reasons, PayPal® will consume army provided by a number of acclaim treatment agencies to verify the in a row you give in to us. **Did Paypal Disregard Their Rock Solid Verification System?**

Once you have modernized your bill minutes your pending PayPal® bank account transactions will not be interrupted and will carry on as normal.

To fill in your billing account delight login to your balance by clicking here. **DING DING DING, ALARMS, BELLS, WHISTLES**

Thank you for your time,
PayPal® Billing Department.

The click here attend to is (but dont click it!) :-
http://paypal-secure-signin. com/cgi/webscr. html?cmd=_login-run
Notice the http:// be supposed to be a assured https://

Whois In sequence for the website:_
::Name Servers::
ns6844. paypal-secure-signin. com
ns9386. paypal-secure-signin. com

::Dates & Status::
Created Date 2005-07-23 11:07:18 EDT
Updated Date 2005-07-23 11:07:18 EDT
Valid Date 2006-07-23 11:07:18 EDT
Status ACTIVE

Moral of this Story:- NEVER CLICK FROM AN EMAIL TO A Allegedly Confident SITE
Chances are it is not!

By the way if you did click that link it looks like a very good duplication of Paypal, but ask by hand these questions:

# 1. Why is the color of the deal with bar still the same, Paypals assured bar is not a white background, but more a beige color, which by the way matches a detailed bar on their website.

# 2. The Email concentrate on box on paypal is At all times full in with my email when I appear at Paypals site, this copy website's box is not screening any email at all.

# 3. The Whole page is Different.

# 4. In the Eminence Bar at the base of the check there ought to be a Catch for a assured website such as Paypal. If you look at Paypals login screens category bar it also says www. paypal. com then the combination lock is shown.

Well, I hope this helps you to be more alert when read-through your emails.

Have A Safe And Assured Day!!! ;-)

Steve Scully is a conscientious big business owner,communcations advisor and industrialist based in the UK.

Currently online to help citizens to appreciate the new equipment of voice over internet protocol or voip, and the use of web conferencing software. web conferencing blog at http://www. hotconferenceuk. com/alerts


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