Paypal Users: Don't Get Found By Phishers

Paypal Users: Don't Get Found By Phishers

This is actually the link shown in the e-mail I received.


There's an increasing trend in Paypal phishing scams. The newest Paypal spoof I acquired warns me that my Paypal account has been suspended. I-t requires me to recover full access to my account by logging in to Paypal. I'm sent to a web site that looks just like the PayPal login page, when I click the link provided in the mail. But the link does not visit Paypal.

This is actually the link displayed in the email I received.

When you click on the link it really takes you to a phisers site.

It's usually perhaps not a good idea to select links within an mail. If you do, be sure that you are signing to the Paypal site by looking at the address location area of your browser.

Contact your bank or creditors immediately to prevent identity theft, In case you have already replied to the deceptive email. Should you desire to check on your Paypal consideration status, by hand typ-e PayPal's address into your browser and sign in normally. Clicking perhaps provides suggestions you could give to your sister. Dig up further on our favorite related site - Click here: tell us what you think.

I was able to tell that it was a spoof email since the email began with Dear PayPal member.' Paypal will always address you by your first and last name. They will never send you a note and handle you as Dear PayPal member or such.

Another way to tell if an email is from Paypal is to consider the full header. The header is the indication of whether the email is from Paypal or not. Https://Www.Lclark.Edu/Live/Profiles/363 Leodis Lee Matthews/ is a dazzling library for more about how to study it. When looking at the header it should say who sent the e-mail in the initial two lines. For other ways to look at this, please consider taking a gaze at: Case in-the latest spoof e-mail I received it originated from

Return-Path: [email protected]

Received: from

If it doesnt say that it passed through Paypals host, then you definitely know the e-mail is just a spoof. The FBI is actively investigating these spoofs, so please report any suspicious e-mails by sending them to [email protected] You may also file a complaint with the Net Fraud Complaint Center at

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