Thread: Example of PALPAL SCAM-READ
03-24-2010, 11:05 AM #1
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Example of PALPAL SCAM-READ
Here is a copy of a Fake (Spoofing) e-mail I got.
First look it can seem to be a real notice from Paypal.
Notice what the addy it is from says:
"Customer Service" firstname.lastname@example.org
Also If you click when on a yahoo E-Mail account on Full Header it will expand and give you the Full route from which the e-mail came from. (Im this case,I'm guess by the route,it started in France)Second Photo
Also If you right click on the link or logo, it does not come up with a Paypal Addy. This one comes up as: http://i44.tinypic.com/opr6vs.png
I'm sure some others on here can add to ways to watch out for scams.
DON"T GET BURNED
Here's what to do if you get a scam like this.
Forward fakes to email@example.com
Together we can help stop fraud.
If you think you’ve received a phishing email:
- Forward the email to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Delete the email
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