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    I've been Getting alot of 'Spoof' Paypal Email.
    So just a reminder to all, if you hover over the link provided from the spoof, you will see that it doesn't go to paypal.
    If you do get anything from paypal requesting info, don't use any links that they provide. Go to the Official Paypal website and log in there. If there is any info they need, they will ask it there.
    And don't forget to Fwd all 'Spoof' Paypal Email to spoof@paypal.com.
    Hope this info helps.

    Berd.
    Just call me Berd.
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    I was getting those for a while too, and also spoof ebay ones, but as sudden as they came they stopped (after reporting all of them, so maybe they got caught)
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    I haven't gotten any more PayPal spoofs in awhile too.

    Just last week though, I got an email claiming to be from AOL that says I must provide new bank information to update my account, or risk termination.

    Geez, I had better comply. Not!!
    Casey
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    Quote Originally Posted by ToolkiT View Post
    I was getting those for a while too, and also spoof ebay ones, but as sudden as they came they stopped (after reporting all of them, so maybe they got caught)

    Same here, reported them all.

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