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  • Ebay spoof headsup.

    Gents,

    Has anybody had this one rubbished through to their email addresses?

    Most convincing one yet! It is a fakey, right?!

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    Belso

    looks familiar, i get loads of those spoof emails and my rule of thumb is to ignore them all or you can send em to ebay and they'll scope em out for ya.



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    Some members have reported attempts to gain access to sensitive information through email requests that are made to appear that they were sent from eBay. These requests often include links to Web pages that will request that you sign in and submit information. At eBay, we identify these as 'spoofed' email or Web sites. If you are concerned about receiving email of this nature, please review eBay's suggestions to minimise unwanted email.

    eBay will never ask you to provide sign-in passwords, credit card numbers, or other sensitive information through email. If we request information from you, we will always direct you back to the eBay site. With very few exceptions, you can submit the requested information through your "My eBay" page. If you have received email requesting that you sign in or provide personal information that you suspect was not sent by eBay, please refer to the following information.

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    Make sure that you are on an eBay page
    eBay pages that ask you to provide your User ID and password can be identified by the address in the Address/Location area of your web browser. Most eBay.co.uk sign-in pages can be identified by addresses that begin with "http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/" or "http://scgi.ebay.co.uk/" International sites will have slightly different sign-in addresses.

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    Take a tutorial on how to spot a spoof (fake) email.
    MODZ
    Hero No.9
    Last edited by Col Wolfe; 09-12-2009 at 10:37 PM.
    THERE MIGHT BE ANOTHER CRIPZ AT SOME POINT ITS HARD TO SAY

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