[Spambayes] Fwd: Update and Verify Your PayPal account*****************
kd5nwa at cox.net
Fri Jul 15 19:19:39 CEST 2005
If this is the language you like to use, then please do so quickly,
your emails are far worse than the occasional spam..
It's been explained many times that since people on the list will
send copies of Spam for analysis then they can't have Spam filters.
Bye, have a good life.
At 11:45 AM 7/15/2005, Dan Dill wrote:
>This is fucking rediculous, phishing attacks coming through the
>spambayes mailing list!
>Does anyone monitor this? If not then I think I'll be unsubscribing
>as I didn't sign up to this userlist to get MORE spam.....
>On 7/14/05, <mailto:update at paypal.com>update at paypal.com
><<mailto:service at paypal.com> service at paypal.com> wrote:
>Security Center Advisory!
>We recently noticed one or more attempts to log in to your PayPal
>account from a foreign IP address and we have reasons to belive that
>your account was hijacked by a third party without your
>authorization. If you recently accessed your account while
>traveling, the unusual log in attempts may have been initiated by you.
>If you are the rightful holder of the account you must click the
>link below and then complete all steps from the following page as we
>try to verify your identity.
>Click here to verify your account
>If you choose to ignore our request, you leave us no choise but to
>temporaly suspend your account.
>Thank you for using PayPal! The PayPal Team
>Please do not reply to this e-mail. Mail sent to this address cannot
>be answered. For assistance, log in to your PayPal account and
>choose the "Help" link in the footer of any page.
>To receive email notifications in plain text instead of HTML, update
>your preferences here.
>PayPal Email ID PP697
>Protect Your Account Info
>Make sure you never provide your password to fraudulent persons.
>PayPal automatically encrypts your confidential information using
>the Secure Sockets Layer protocol (SSL) with an encryption key
>length of 128-bits (the highest level commercially available).
>PayPal will never ask you to enter your password in an email.
>For more information on protecting yourself from fraud, please
>review our Security Tips at http://www.paypal.com/securitytips
>Protect Your Password
>You should never give your PayPal password to anyone, including
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