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It seems that these rip of artists are actually targeting people in their own countries. Peter of Huttriver8, who I know lives in New Zealand, sent me this particular one. They’re obviously hoping that the recipient panics and clicks that link which will take them to as site that looks like real but is only there to get their details. It’s an obvious phishing exercise and you shouldn’t fall for it.

I’ve left the link active so that you can hover over it with your mouse, don’t click it whatever you do, just so you can see the link isn’t taking you to the PayPal site at all.

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Date: Thu, 11 Mar 2010 09:44:17 -0700

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This Post Has 4 Comments

    1. BS Artist

      There’s a lot of newbies out there Mitch, and I reckon there are more born every day. These are the people that fall for these phishing scams. Fortunately some of the check on the Internet first and some of those land on this blog.

      I reckon I’ve saved a few people since this blog went live and that makes it all worth while.

  1. Jason

    People are still falling for the scam that Prince Bumbabooby wants to send them $15 million and now they willfully pay for phishing websites masking themselves as Paypal? Even when my own bank called me attempting to assess me for insurance on my short term condo loan after changing to a different bank (they took over the contract), realizing that I never paid an “annual insurance fee” as is their “standard policy”, I basically told them, “Show me my original contract agreement motherf$%kers” that says that I need to pay that….and in the meantime, prove to me that you have the note on the property. After them calling me insisting that I owed this $500 3 times per day with probably 5 e-mails per day that they’d bounce around their office e-mail system with me in the cc, suddenly they have fallen silent for the past few weeks. Somebody screwed the pooch.

    These days people are either so pathetic as to feel important at any cost and get attention it’s no wonder these scams continue both by thieves online and corporate thieves.

    All we want in return is proof….show me the money, the contract, the note, etc…or GTFO!

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