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Q: Is this legit?

What do you think? Is this a legitimate notification from PayPal?

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March 10, 2012 - Posted by | computers


  1. Wow. I’m just glad they’re usually easier to spot.


    Comment by Samantha | March 10, 2012 | Reply

    • Samantha, it’s a pleasure to see you here again.

      You know, some of the “phishing scam” emails are called “forgeries”, and they use real logo’s (copied) and cut>paste text, etc.. Some of the ‘forgeries’ are very, very real looking (and why shouldn’t they? The only thing changed is where the “click here” actually takes you to!) and gone are the days when you could count on atrocious grammar and Engrish tipping us off .. though you still see that.
      For a sample of a ‘forgery’, see Amazingly Dangerous Email: Must See To Believe.

      And, just because it’s good to know in this day and age, see 10 Ways To Dodge The Latest Online Scams.


      Comment by techpaul | March 10, 2012 | Reply

  2. What? PayPal doesn’t know your name???? :) Just tell them to lock it up!


    Comment by delenn13 | March 11, 2012 | Reply

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