Scam Message: Beware

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Scammers are sending fake text and email messages like the one below from The fake messages are phishing scams that steal account credentials. Therefore, online users who have already been tricked by the scam are asked to change their passwords.

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Re: Reminder: [Reservation Update Receipt] [New Noticed]

[Monthly Statement Update]

Automatic Update From PayPal:

Tuesday October 20, 2020


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  • October 24, 2020 at 8:18 AM by an anonymous user from: Cicero, New York, United States

    Reminder Notes Limited.

    We noticed that you've been using your account in a questionable manner. To understand this problem, we just need more information from you..

    Possible events occurred

    Send Payments.

    Requesting any operation your account.

    Withdraw Funds.

    You must verify the address information within 24 hours, click the link now "Restore Now Account"

    Restore Now Account ( so I can login and withdraw your funds)



    Never click in these links, images, or login in from those emails. Only, log in from official websites of Paypal. Also, check make sure it's from their actual email not scam coverup. You can block external images which prevents virus from images being downloaded in an email which some these scammers do to entry way into your phone or pc.

    They got onto me and suggest if I can't see the images lmao click on this. Ridiculous.

    They used the cover email:

    Also, underneath the cover email you will notice if you click on their email, you see the actual email they used to scam . They seem to use various domains and blocking doesn't do it. I have tried . The email was phony business at at so and so. Best suggestion is junk their emails by keep emptying the junk folder. Also, turn the feature off of reading notice if you can because sends a notice that you are reading their emails and they will spam more. Steal from the rich NOT the poor. I work online and do a lot . I'd think once they seen you ignoring, deleting, and blocking, but that doesn't stop these groups scamming it's all over . It's been sense internet began in emails and dial up .

  • October 23, 2020 at 12:15 AM by an anonymous user from: North Hollywood, California, United States

    I got one just recently with the following message. Clearly is all bs, but is important to be alert and careful.


    For your protection, we have suspended your account because we detected unusual sign-in activity on your account. You can help us unlock your account by click on the button link and following the on-screen instructions.

    and the bullcrap continues...

    Possible events occurred

    Log in attempts from an unusual or unrecognized device or location.

    Requesting any operation using unusual pattern.

    This is the best part...

    For security, all your account services are disabled until response has been received from you.

    Please verify your account details, If you do not verify within 24 hours (from opening this email) will be officially permanently disabled.

    ...and then they want to help you to unlock your already compromised account...

    The funny part is that I don't even have an Amazon account...

    Nice try...mofos...

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