Here’s one more reason why you should install or update protection softwares in your PC. Today I received an email supposedly from PayPal regarding my unauthorized activity claim (full copy of the email at the end of this article). Now, I did file an unauthorized
Forwarded this PayPal phishing email to firstname.lastname@example.org and got a reply several hours later: Thank you for contacting PayPal about a fraudulent (spoof) email or Web site. We appreciate you bringing this suspicious email to our attention. We can confirm that the email you received
Now that you have a PayPal account, you should be wary of emails you receive supposedly from PayPal. Although the email might have a header and logo similar to that of PayPal, most of these are actually phishing mails intent on stealing your personal information.
Got this email today. It’s obviously a scam targeting the greediest of all greedy ginks. Does “Cheryl” really think we’d believe that she can double our money if we sent her $30? That e-Bullion has a flaw in the system that will let you “rob”
Pinoy Money Talk (PMT) chanced upon a site that takes the look of the original e-Gold site in an attempt to deceive users, with the intention of hacking accounts and stealing personal information. The fake site can be found at www.e-qold.com, as opposed to the