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This is a legit Paypal email

by justin on January 13, 2006 · 0 comments

Ok, so I wanted to give you an example of a legit paypal email so you
can compare it to the scam one below. Note that this one doesn’t
include a link to the website and doesn’t make it sound like an
emergency.

Begin forwarded message:

> From: “service@paypal.com” <service@paypal.com>
> Date: January 13, 2006 12:40:56 AM PST
> To: Rhapsody <rhapsody@justinbradshaw.com>
> Subject: Credit Card Removal
>
> Dear Rhapsody,
>
> Because it has expired, your credit card ending in 1711 has been
> removed from your PayPal account.
>
> If this was the only credit card on your PayPal account, you will
> need to add a new card to continue sending instant PayPal
> payments.If you have a confirmed bank account attached to your
> PayPal account, you will still be able to send eCheck payments.
>
> To add a new credit card:
>
> 1. Log in to your PayPal account
> 2. Go to the Profile subtab
> 3. Click on the ‘Credit Cards’ link in the Financial Information
> column
> 4. Click ‘Add’
> 5. Enter your credit card information
> 6. Click ‘Save’
>
>
> Thank you for using PayPal!
> The PayPal Team
>
> GET MORE CREDIT
> PayPal Buyer Credit is a personal line of credit that you can use
> anywhere PayPal is accepted. Apply today and enjoy these benefits:
>
> Shop now and pay later – make low monthly payments
> Take advantage of promotional financing on select eBay items
> Getfull buyer protectionfrom PayPal for all your purchases
>
>
>
> Please do not reply to this email. This mailbox is not monitored
> and you will not receive a response. For assistance, log in to your
> PayPal account and click the Help link located in the top right
> corner of any PayPal page.
>
> PayPal Email ID PP031
>
>

Justin Bradshaw … justin@maccog.com

Ben Lam … ben@maccog.com

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