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If you use Ebay at all, please be warned - do NOT act on this email if you receive it. It is a hoax to get your personal and bank information. I have sent a notice to Ebay support for whatever that is worth, but this would in no way be something actually coming from Ebay via email. The site page it links to is NOT a secured site (no lock icon at bottom) and Ebay does not ask for all of that information anyway. Please do not give away your identity- your Ebay acct will not be affected...

Thanks,
EricB

Email I received follows... The actual page that link takes you to is:
http://www.ebay-confirm.org/ DON"T FILL OUT ANY INFO THERE!!


From: Ebay Support <[email protected]>
To: [email protected]
Cc:
Subject: Ebay - User Verification Process
Sender: Ebay Support <[email protected]>
Date: Fri, 22 Nov 2002 16:37:35 -0800
X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Build 10.0.2627


Dear eBay User,

During our regular update and verification of the accounts, we couldn't verify your current information. Either your information has changed or it is incomplete.

As a result, your access to bid or buy on eBay has been restricted. To start using your eBay account fully, please update and verify your information by clicking below :

https://scgi.ebay.com/saw-cgi/eBayISAPI.dll?VerifyInformation

Regards,
eBay


***Please Do Not Reply To This E-Mail As You Will Not Receive A
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Treblick's Nightmare
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Thats fucked up. I am writing Ebay an email as we speak.
 

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Baka! Baka! Baka! Baka!
1997 Mitsubishi 3000GT VR-4
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I filled it out with a whole bunch of fu<k yous and the such :)
 

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damn:eek:
 

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SUTHNR said:

Email I received follows... The actual page that link takes you to is:
http://www.ebay-confirm.org/ DON"T FILL OUT ANY INFO THERE!!


Someone used the text of the link as the real ebay one, but the actual place it pointed was the fake ebay-confirm.org site.
 
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