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Subject: eBay Security Validation Issues
Date: Sun, 11 Jan 04 12:04:40 GMT
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Dear Valued eBay Users,

eBay Information Management regrets to inform you that your eBay
account has been suspended due to validation problems. Your account
failed to be authorized and as a result, your account has been
flagged. All further transactions with your account will be denied
until this flag is removed. To remove the flag, follow the
instructions below:
1. Click Here to go to the validation page.
2. Have your credit card and other validation items ready.