Groups
    EXPIRED

    paypal spoof email

    hi just to let people be aware someone is spoofing paypal, and asking to login your details. I have just received this email and sent it to paypal spoof department so hopefully will be down soon so its just a fyi if anyone else receive one be carefull

    Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.

    9 Comments

    It's all gone downhill at the Vatican since Pope John Paul II died.

    Never trusted them since they created the first vending machine, it dispensed holy water.

    Meh I reckon his papal Highness will have plenty of money not to care about scams.

    Spoof paypal email

    I DONT BELIEVE YOU, PHOTO EVIDENCE PLEASE with your username clearly showing next to it and todays date and time.

    Just FYI, you realize its not "someone" but many people send out spoof emails and it has never stopped. They are always sending them.

    Simple solution, just go directly to their site before entering any login details.

    Anyone knows if eBay stopped them fake (scripted) listings which linked to a fake eBay login? They were a little more difficult to spot as they were listings on eBay's own site.
    Edited by: "joshp" 10th Dec 2014

    Original Poster

    all I can say is wow, this is how you bring all the nasty people together

    Comment

    joshp

    Just FYI, you realize its not "someone" but many people send out spoof … Just FYI, you realize its not "someone" but many people send out spoof emails and it has never stopped. They are always sending them. Simple solution, just go directly to their site before entering any login details. Anyone knows if eBay stopped them fake (scripted) listings which linked to a fake eBay login? They were a little more difficult to spot as they were listings on eBay's own site.



    Very true
    Also if it asks for more info than is normal eg I once clicked one for a laugh from a bank I don't have an account with. After going through the normal login screens, it asked me to update personal info by putting in ALL my particulars.
    Be savvy, check the email sender (this can be faked but often isn't), go to the website directly and check for the https certificate. If in doubt, call the bank/website

    Got one last week i contacted paypal they verified it was not from them ,one thing i did notice was the spelling of paypal had a space on all my other mails from them paypal is always one word.

    Number one rule never click links in emails or send login details to anyone
    Post a comment
    Avatar
    @
      Text
      Top Discussions
      1. Just heard this...2 ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★ congrats to all on 392k ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★7767246
      2. What do you feel like whinging about today?1927354
      3. 75% off Sky TV for existing customers. Only works when you call the specifi…17826358
      4. HUKD Satellite Information & IPTV Thread48710948

      See more discussions