PayPal Phishing Scam - Access from a Foreign IP address
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Subject: Notification of Limited Account Access.
Date: Fri, 11 Jul 2008 16:16:13 -0700
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Dear PayPal valued account holder,
Copyright © 1999 - 2008 PayPal. All rights reserved.
You will notice that the same template was used in the Chase phishing example, the only difference is the Chase logo and the references to JPMorgan Chase & Co., the anchor text of the phishing link and the alleged IP address and ISP host.
But you want your victims to log into the account and "fill in the required informations"?
A phishing scammer telling the truth, so there is hope after all. A reply to email@example.com (pay attention the double 'l') is obviously not the same as a reply to firstname.lastname@example.org. The sender's e-mail address can easily be spoofed, so even an e-mail that appears to be from email@example.com, is absolutely no guarantee that it really came from PayPal.com. PayPal will anyway never send e-mails like this.
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