Sunday, November 09, 2008

PayPal Spoof

Below you will find the text - PayPal - We've removed the annual coverage limits - email spamming scam. This message appears to be sent from - PayPal [paypal@email.paypal.com]. December 3, 2008. Return or Reply email as - paypal@paypal.com. As many spammers use additional reply to addresses and faked message headers.

If you receive message like this one, add the sent from address to your denied senders list, report the message to SPAM@UCE.GOV and report to the spam & abuse department of the sent from domain. This was reported to spoof@paypal and return message verified as the following message is scam.

Don't ever follow any spammers links, open any attachments, or reply to their messages. ALL Links and images were removed from Spammers message.

Don't just delete these scammers and fraudsters - report them.




PayPal improves protection for eBay sellers

Hello,

We've made some fantastic improvements to our Seller Protection policy on eBay and wanted to share the good news. It's now easier than ever to be covered against item-not-received and item-significantly-not-as described claims, chargebacks, and reversals. Additional highlights include:

• No annual coverage limit - Every eligible claim is covered at no additional cost to you.

• International sales coverage - Go ahead, sell worldwide. Seller Protection extends to purchases made by buyers in 190 countries.

• Ship to unconfirmed addresses for eBay sales - Now you can ship to any address and eligible sales are covered.

There's nothing you need to do. These improvements apply to all eBay sellers in the U.S. and are effective immediately. For details, see our complete terms and conditions or click the button below.

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