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Ebay Scams
on: September 02, 2007, 21:47:17 PM
I just got this from

update@aw-confirm.com

FPO NOTICE: eBay Registration Suspension -Section 9




Dear eBay Valued Member,

As you may well know, your eBay membership is free of charge but a valid credit card on file is permanently required to confirm your identity. This helps keep eBay a safe place to buy and sell.

We regret to inform you that during our last scheduled account maintenance and verification procedure your card on file could not be authorized. This my be due to a recent change in your personal information (i.e. change of address, credit or debit card, phone number) .

To provide us with a valid credit or debit card click the Place Your Credit or Debit Card on File link below :

Update Your Credit or Debit Card on File

Your card will not be charged or shared with eBay sellers. Your personal information is protected by eBays Privacy Policy and encrypted by industry-standard software.

If the requested information is not provided to us then we will regret to inform you that your account will be suspended from our database until required the information is provided.

Due to the suspension of this account, please be advised you are prohibited from using eBay in any way. This includes the registering of a new account.

Please note that this suspension does not relieve you of your agreed-upon obligation to pay any fees you may owe to eBay.

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Re:Ebay Scams
Reply #1 on: September 02, 2007, 21:54:14 PM
Bah I get emails like that atleast twice daily

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Re:Ebay Scams
Reply #2 on: September 02, 2007, 22:58:34 PM
Go to ebay and sign in, if it works then ignore the mail, if it doesnt complain like hell :)

Just checked out http://www.aw-confirm.com/ and it seems to be a 100% scam as suspected.

ATM Im mostly getting Bank of Scotland phishing mails and Sydney Car Company job offers, as well as the usual dross.

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