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Posted by: Samker
« on: 03. February 2012., 08:38:14 »

Real Very interesting unbelievable Article about how  Scammers Using Antivirus Companies to Fool PayPal Users at:-
  http://techie-buzz.com/scams/paypal-email-scam-avg-norton-anti-virus-scam.html?

Davids, thanks for warning... :thumbsup:


@SCF Visitors

It's very important to know how PayPal send e-mails (official info's from PayPal):


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How do I know this is not a fake email?

An email really coming from PayPal will address you by your first and last names or your business name. It will not ask you for sensitive information like your password, bank account or credit card details. Most fake emails threaten that your account will be in jeopardy if you do not take action immediately. An email that urgently requests you to supply sensitive personal information is usually an attempt at fraud. Also, fake emails often contain misspellings and grammatical errors or are written in a language which you did not set as preferred for your PayPal account. Remember not to click any links in suspicious looking emails.
Click here to learn how to defend yourself against phishing and spoofing: https://www.paypal.com/ch/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=xpt/Marketing/securitycenter/general/TipsForEveryone-outside


Posted by: davids
« on: 02. February 2012., 17:40:51 »

Real Very interesting unbelievable Article about how  Scammers Using Antivirus Companies to Fool PayPal Users at:-
  http://techie-buzz.com/scams/paypal-email-scam-avg-norton-anti-virus-scam.html?
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