I know. I’ve written about it before, but it just won’t go away.
In a blog called Miraculous Ladies I saw another account of the infamous PayPal email scam that just keeps bugging me. Here’s the gist of it:
I logged into my PayPal account. There were no messages about my account being restricted.
– See more at: http://www.miraculousladies.com/beware-paypal-scam-emails/#sthash.c5Ddd79Y.dpuf
That’s the main stuff here. She outlines things to watch out for, which is really useful stuff.
I’ve written extensively about this myself, as I’m sure you know:
This begs the question. Just what is this card-carrying member of the Testosterone-Toting club doing on the Miraculous Ladies site?
Linkedin, of course. Got the link from there. So if you’re on LinkedIn you’ll see the discussion.
Anyway, you know the deal. Watch out when you surf. You could be sharing waves with something predatory.
Talk to me: Have you run across this email yet? Have you clicked on that link yet? What were you thinking?