More Ebay scams.......

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Howard

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Ho Hum ..... just recieved this in my mailbox, thought i would reproduce it for you all......

You would think that these guys would check their spelling and grammar before trying to scam people, it's so easy to spot these days.....

Apparently 'Ebay needs a correct information from me' ....... do you think i should pass over 'a correct information' to them ? :rolleyes:

Here is the mail :-


Place or change your account information on file



Dear User, eBay needs a correct information from you.

eBay requires correct credit card information in full each month on accounts with balances of $1.00 or greater and if your account becomes past due. We are unable to verify or authenticate your credit/debit card information on file with us. You have been pre-indefinitely suspended from eBay because credit cards information incorrect (credit card number, pin, expdate or cvv2 code). If you feel you have been suspended in error or want to appeal this decision by providing additional information, we offer you the ability to place or change the information you submit to us.
Important: In order to continue buying and selling, you must have a valid account information on file at eBay. Please update information in your eBay account now by click here and entering the new information yourself in your account. Or click to this link below :

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Per the User Agreement, Section 9, we may immediately issue a warning, temporarily suspend, indefinitely suspend or terminate your membership and refuse to provide our services to you if we believe that your actions may cause financial loss or legal liability for you, our users or us. We may also take these actions if we are unable to verify or authenticate any information you provide to us. Due to the suspension of this account, please be advised you are prohibited from using eBay in any way. This includes the registering of a new account.

An email regarding this was sent to you at *********

Regards,

eBay SafeHarbor Team



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Hi Howard,

I have been e-mailed this quite a few times. I also get one from pay-pal (or should I say someone pretending to be paypal!)

This thing is, they look so real. They even put the blurb in about never giving out your password to anyone. I bet hundreds, if not thousands of people have been duped.
 
Pasted from eBay, I suspect you knew this anyway.....

Protection Against Fake (Spoof) Emails
With My Messages, you now have a definitive, legitimate source for any communication from eBay that affects your account. Whenever eBay sends you an alert or message related to your account, it will be duplicated in My Messages.
If you get an email that looks like it’s from eBay about a problem with your account, or that requests personal information, look in My Messages. If the same eBay email is not in My Messages, it’s a fake. Please forward it to [email protected] or [email protected] for members in the Republic of Ireland.
 
But the point is they don't look real , the grammar is shocking , in every fake email i have ever had from scammers, there are always spelling and grammatical errors. Just read every one carefully instead of glossing over it.

Look at the above ^^^ 'ebay needs a correct information from you' , what sort of english is that ? :crazy:

When they get their spelling etc sorted out thats when we will need to worry .....
 

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