PayPal Fraud: How To Identify Them?
Hello, ITujala viewers today I just want to share a little secret with everyone. I want to teach you to identify counterfeit PayPal messages. Before further discussion, here is the type of message that you may receive some hacker attacks on the web. I received this morning again, and I think doing an article to share some Tips and Tricks to help you avoid sure that it is the victim of such a scam.
Identify PayPal Fraud:
Mail subject: access to your Alipay account has been limited!
The message itself
Why is my account restricted?
As part of our security measures, we regularly check the properties of the PayPal screen.
Your account access is restricted for the following reasons:
We are certain that someone may attempt to access your PayPal account without your permission. For your safety, we must have limited access to your account. To cancel this restriction, please log in to your PayPal account and follow the mediation center steps.
This is the last reminder to log into PayPal as soon as possible. Once you connect, PayPal will provide measures to restore access to the account.
This process is very simple:
- Click on the link below to open a secure browser window.
- Confirm your account holder and follow the instructions.
When we saw that news, we immediately panic. And directly, the brain is ready to find a solution, we are on the train to find the problem, it is this hope that these hackers or liars: create a panic!
How to avoid this type of scam Alipay victims?
- Check spelling and grammar errors – In general, this information contains a lot of errors. But as you can see, is not we are constantly developing, pirate it! In the above message, there is no! This makes our second move.
- Hover the mouse over the invitation to log you into your PayPal account and see the link at the bottom of your browser … There are 99,99% chance that this link will not cause you to Paypal. And even if you see the address of PayPal, make sure it has a good “S” for “HTTP”.
Instead, it appears as follows: http://www.paypal.com/fr Instead, it should look like this: HTTPS : //www.paypal.com/fr When the login information is returned. In fact, if you click on this message, you will definitely be redirected to another site where all your information will be simply copied and you can imagine what will happen not only in your PayPal account but also to In your bank account …
In this news, how far have they gone in their technology? Not only are there spelling errors, but they also added that it contains the famous “S” message at PayPal’s signature. We are driving to the tricks of 3 …
- Do not click any link in the email! Open a new tab or a new window in your web browser (Firefox – Internet Explorer – Google Chrome – etc …) and then log into your PayPal account if you do not see the account limit message (this should be the case), then it is a simple scam.
Log off your Paypal account and delete the message. And then carefully transfer the e-mail to PayPal to help combat this scourge.
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