Today’s Fake PayPal Email Scam
PayPal Email Scam DuJour
Today’s email scam is pretty lame by most standards, but people fall for these things every day.
See the screenshot for highlighted obvious grammatical errors that should cause you to delete this message immediately. But the very first clue is that you are not addressed by name. There is no name at all in the salutation. This is your very first warning indicator.
Today’s email scam:
Subject: Declined Transaction. Please Verify.
Sender: PayPal <email@example.com>
??ur login access is disabled due to multiple filed login attempts th?t n??d? ??u? ?tt?nt??n. W? h??? ? ??w??ful ???u??t? ?u?t? t? h?l? ??u m?n?g? ??u? ?u??n??? ?nd t??n???t??n? w?th ????. If changes made please confirm this action now.
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(links to http://neemranaluckno (DOT) com/dhl/up/)
This server has probably been hacked due to poor security implementation and is now infecting everyone who clicks on the link
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