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22.09.2004, 17:51
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You are receiving this email because it has come to our attention that your PayPal contact and billing information may be incorrect or out of date.

PayPal User Database Requirements
Notice Date: September, 2004
Due to special provisions of the USA PATRIOT Act, PayPal is required to keep it`s user information database up to date. Our records indicate that your information may be incorrect or out of date Please take 5 to 10 minutes right now and update your records. If you fail to update your user information within 24 hours, we are required by law to suspend access to your account until we are able to verify your information.

Please login to your paypal account using the link below to verify your records.

https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cm...rify_and_update (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_login-run-verify_and_update)

At PayPal, protecting your account`s security is our top priority. Recently, PayPal members have reported suspicious-looking emails and fake websites. These emails are not from PayPal and responding to them may put your account at risk. Please protect your PayPal account by paying close attention to the emails you receive and the websites you visit.

You can protect your account by:
Checking to make sure the URL begins with https://www.paypal.com
Looking for the lock icon in the lower right corner of your browser
Never opening suspicious email attachments

If you think that you have received a fraudulent email (or fake website), please forward the email (or URL address) to fraud_alert [at] paypal.com and then delete the email from your mailbox. Never click any links or attachments in a suspicious email.
To learn more about protecting your PayPal account, please review our Security Tips.

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22.09.2004, 17:53
Und wie lautet die Fake-URL? Die angegebene stimmt nämlich...
"Africans, we count people first while money and other material things come after." -- Ann, 419 scammer
Spammer, go to http://www.arghcor.de/

02.10.2004, 15:34
Sorry, lese das erst heute...http://img.homepagemodules.de/spook.gif
Das war
(irgendwo in Vietnam...)