From: Steve Walker on
Graham. wrote:

> In a sense you are right I just looked more closely at the
> code and it does use a classic phishing technique, but
> I am convinced any scam is perpetrated by Paypal
> themselves.

> Where it says Log in to your account at www.paypal.co.uk
> the hyperlink actually goes to
> http://email1.paypal.com/u.d?DYXXXhkcn3yrC7XXXWRE=121
> which I am sure is a paypal address

erm....




From: Graham. on


"Steve Walker" <spam-trap(a)beeb.net> wrote in message
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> Graham. wrote:
>
>> In a sense you are right I just looked more closely at the
>> code and it does use a classic phishing technique, but
>> I am convinced any scam is perpetrated by Paypal
>> themselves.
>
>> Where it says Log in to your account at www.paypal.co.uk
>> the hyperlink actually goes to
>> http://email1.paypal.com/u.d?DYXXXhkcn3yrC7XXXWRE=121
>> which I am sure is a paypal address
>
> erm....

You're saying paypal.com isn't a Paypal domain?

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Graham.

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