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PayPal & Payza confirmation
« on: June 12, 2012, 06:57:47 AM »
Once again,
donīt access PP or Pz by clicking on a link received by e-mail.
These days the number of fake Paypal and Payza e-mails increased a lot.

They say that you are "one step" from activating your pz acc, or that your acc will be frozen if you don' confirm, that you pp is frozen and need your confirmation and things like this.

e-mails receive are convincing for new members and comes like services@paypal,
paypal@services, noreply@payza.com and names that can make you think that they are authentic.  :pirate:



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Re: PayPal & Payza confirmation
« Reply #1 on: June 12, 2012, 01:59:03 PM »
thanks for the warning papai   ;D

i get loads of these emails and my heart stops every time i see the words 'your account has been frozen '

good advice to never click the links
just type paypal.com or payza.com in the browser and check your account
if they really sent a message it will show in the account too


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Re: PayPal & Payza confirmation
« Reply #2 on: July 15, 2012, 06:45:07 PM »
ohh... thanks for warning... the hackers and phishers are evolving as time goes by..

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Re: PayPal & Payza confirmation
« Reply #3 on: August 10, 2012, 06:10:15 AM »
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      How do I report suspicious emails?

If you receive a suspicious email which presents false or fraudulent information about Payza or requests any information about your Payza account, please forward the email to phishing@payza.com Once we receive your email, our Fraud Prevention team will look into the matter.



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-Please be aware that some individuals send emails using Payza's branding and logo to deceive people.
-Payza will never ask for your personal details over email unless you have asked to reset your password or Transaction PIN.
-You should never login to your Payza account by clicking on an email link. Make sure you type the Payza address into the address bar of your browser.
-Our website URL always begins with HTTPS.
-Never share your login password or Transaction PIN with anybody.
-Do not use the same login password or Transaction PIN with any other website. 

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Re: PayPal & Payza confirmation
« Reply #4 on: August 13, 2012, 08:32:52 AM »
Thanks for warning.Even I received mail from someone like blabla@pp.com regarding my paypal account.Google already sent them in spam folder.Shame on these cheats.

 

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