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Heres a Spoof Email sent to me today (Not by eBay.)

Subject reads [Message ID 67914290 - Message from eBay Member]

The address is [[email protected] security.ebay. com] minus the spaces I left in it.

Heres the Naritive.
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SECURITY CONFORMATION

""""""""Dear eBay Member



For 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.


We regret to inform you that your eBay account could be suspended
if you don't re-update your account information. To resolve this
problems please use the link below and re-enter your account information.
If your problems could not be resolved your account will be suspended
for a period of 24 hours, after this period your account will
be terminated.


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. Please note that this suspension does not relieve
you of your agreed-upon obligation to pay any fees you may owe
to eBay.


To update your record please click here: """"""""

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It then takes you to a sign in screen asking for your Member Name and password. From there it probably goes on to ask for Credit Card or other vital info. I didn't click anymore.

*** If you have an eBay account, they will have any emails sent to you by the real eBay under "My Measages" in your account. Simply go to eBay .com and sign in etc.

So If you don't see it in your real account, guess what, its fake.

Cheers.
 

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Send those to [email protected] I think and they will take it from there. I get those on a regular basis from clowns fishing for my info.

Dan
 

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Post the link! All you have to do is enter fake info. The username and password screen can't possibly validate your credentials. We can enter fake info keep these guys chasing their tails!
 
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