If they put this effort into something legal, they'd be rich.
"Frozen Carp" <coreythecheeseYouNeedaWebstore.com> wrote in message
news:bevp6c$inv$1forums.macromedia.com...(ahem)> Some of my sites that use PayPal have been targeted by an industriousfrom> Russian scammer lately. He scours the net to get PayPal email addressesCC> PayPal carts, then fakes a request to verify info, requesting passwords,at> numbers, etc. The link goes to a fake PayPal page on a disposable accountIf> any number of webhosts. The "paypal" appears in the link URL but the true
> address is disguised amidst a slew of upper and lower case letters.
> You may want to remind your clients (especially the naive ones) to never
> provide any info from such links, but to always login to PayPal directly.> their accounts need updating, that's the first page that they will reach
> after login.
> If you open one of these scam emails in Oulook Express, the top of the
> window will display the Windows version of that sender, in this case,
> Cyrillic. Well, I said he was industrious, not a genius :~)
> Corey Eiges
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