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This was suspicious not just because the link you click takes you to a completely different website, but because I DON'T HAVE A FREAKING PAYPAL ACCOUNT.
I decided to fill in a bunch of random crap and go through it to see what would happen, and it let me put random letters and such for my phone and bank numbers.
So, I invite everyone to flood this scam site and take it down if possible:
Removed link. TS
The main site it's run from appears to be oriental (Korean?)
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Tsnerd Not quite a Newb
Joined: 14 Jul 2005
Mon Aug 20, 2007 2:20 am
Please just forward that to [email protected]
You can also post it at phishfighters.com but phishing sites are not normally something we mess with here.
Fakers: many, many, lots; an SSL and a couple of Resellers.
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Frogsruleok Master Baiter
Joined: 18 Aug 2007
Location: Somerset, England
Mon Aug 20, 2007 6:58 pm
I've had hundreds of those, literally hundreds. I just forward them to the spoof email department.
Note: I know this is probably so obvious it's ridiculous, but when you get an email purporting to be from paypal, ebay, etc., sign into your account separately from the email just to double check, but NEVER sign in through an email link, even if you think it's genuine.
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