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Thread: Fraudulent PayPal transaction

  1. #51
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    North Manchester, IN
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    Isn't it interesting how many of us have different experiences with paypal?
    I also have used paypal for over 10 years and never had a problem with it.

  2. #52
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    Nov 2011
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    You have to be sooo careful these days! If you receive an e-mail, supposedly from Pay Pal saying they need more info in order to keep your account, it's fraud! I verified with Pay Pal that they don't do that. I didn't provide any info to the e-mail, but as a precaution, I changed my user ID and my password. Seems to have stopped any potential problems.

  3. #53
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    Seward Alaska
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    I have received numerous emails advising that I have money in my paypal account from sales and ones that also say invoice from paypal that I need to pay. The problem is I haven't been buying on line for a while except through trusted sites that I have used before. And have not bought anything on Ebay in a long time. These are all fake/fraudulent attempts to get money from you.

    Even with echecks, they could have something set up that shows the funds available to you they can use a pyramid type system to cover the check but then somewhere down the line they pull the funds and then everything collapses and people get ripped off. So be very careful who you deal with.

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