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gotta hate it when you mix fraud and spam together

Got this email today:

"Dear PayPal Customer

This e-mail is the notification of recent innovations taken by PayPal to detect inactive customers and non-functioning mailboxes.

The inactive customers are subject to restriction and removal in the next 3 months.

Please confirm your email address and credit card information by logging in to your PayPal account using the form below:

Email Address:
Password:
Full Name:
Credit Card #:
Exp.Date(mm/yyyy):
ATM PIN (For Bank Verification) #:

This notification expires September 31, 2003

Thanks for using PayPal!

This PayPal notification was sent to your mailbox. Your PayPal account is set up to receive the PayPal Periodical newsletter and product updates when you create your account. To modify your notification preferences and unsubscribe, go to https://www.paypal.com/PREFS-NOTI and log in to your account. Changes to your preferences may take several days to be reflected in our mailings. Replies to this email will not be processed.

Copyright© 2002 PayPal Inc. All rights reserved. Designated trademarks and brands are the property of their respective owners. "

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I did NOT respond to it NOR should you - if you get it

I went to the REAL Paypal site and reported it as fraud / spam email

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the email address was from "[email protected]"

even had the official looking PAYPAL symbol included in the email

got this auto response already:

"Dear RAM MAN,

Thank you for contacting PayPal.

We appreciate you bringing this incident of spam to our attention. We will
investigate this fully and suspend the account of any PayPal user
who has violated our Anti-Spam policy. PayPal's referral program is meant
to encourage people to introduce the benefits of PayPal to their friends
and family, and to people they transact with online. It is not intended to
encourage spam. We apologize for this inconvenience and appreciate your
report.

If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact us again.

Sincerely,

PayPal Account Review Department

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PayPal and its representatives will NEVER ask you to reveal your password.
There are NO EXCEPTIONS to this policy. If anyone claiming to work for
PayPal asks for your password under any circumstances, by email or by
phone, please refuse and immediately contact us via webform at
https://www.paypal.com/wf/f=sa_pass.
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BTW

I have never signed up or USED PayPal

that was my first RED FLAG

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I get the same thing almost weekly from Paypal and eBay. I usually report them but last time I traced it a little, it was from an ISP in France. Boy they really must hate us.

I just got another this morning. They weren't even slick about it. The return email was [email protected] How dumb do they think people are?

JT
 

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scrapdaddy410 said:
PAYPAL IS A [email protected]%$! RIP OFF ANYWAY

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lol, I have used it since it first came out, I do daily money transactions with it and I have never been screwed. I have done money exchanges up to 1500 bucks. The only people that can screw you are the people you are doing business with. That is why you should do your homework.
 
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