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Posted Aug 09 2012 7:22am
 

The World Wide Web consortium is one of the well-known partners in business. Due to the growing demand of the business industry, firms use the triple W in order for them to reach their customers across the world. And well as to make their business reached by their customers at their most convenient approach. At large, these businesses that are  into the modernization are the one who makes physical goods such as cars or pipes in which then they sell at a profit and even shopping. Consumers can purchase goods 24/7 through online or e-commerce- the selling and acquiring of products or services over the internet with the use of different shelling out methods and feels like you are safer than using the conventional way of shopping. But did you know that in taking the number of the advantages can make you down in the dumps in just a minute, giving the disadvantage of it? What are the possible occurrences in paying using those methods? How surely that you are so secure?

Debit Card, Credit Card,Gift Certficate, Paypal Account, Paypal Alternatives, Money Order, Web Certificate and other payment methods can rip-off by the growing swindlers or scammers across the web. But the most spot of such feeding frenzy is your Paypal Account in which can take everything and be as one of their victims of the said scam. It is an act of taking your money through giving you the imitation of someone’s personality with an imaginary addresses as well as phone numbers, counterfeit photos and template letters that can absolutely loose cannon.

As an online shopper it’s better to become aware about the growing scam. Then, it is good if you do so. If you think that you are safer from scams when you use PayPal, you’re not.

PayPal users are the specific targets of an email scam that results to PayPal Scam. Scammer behind the PayPal scam sends PayPal users an official-looking email asking them to verify their account or identity. The email is addressed “Dear PayPal User” and the email contains official-looking PayPal content like the PayPal logo, graphics, and page format. To detect unused accounts and email addresses is just the perceptive intentions of the email they send. In addition, they will also give you a reason that PayPal is encountering problems with the software they are using and a call for a change of operating systems, that PayPal documents or files are lost or corrupted or a number of excuses you can hear from them that can populate your mind. Yet, there is one thing common about the content on the perceptive email: it is directing PayPal users to verify their identities using their personal and credit information. There is sometimes a form provided for this purpose right in the email; other times there is a link directing the recipient of the email to another site where they are to enter their information.

If you receive an email similar to this, ignore it and don’t do what is telling you to do even if it looks like official, and even if the email tells you to go to an official-looking site. Whatever the assertion of the email you got, always think of that their primary intention is to really get your personal and financial information so that the scammers behind the email can defraud you out of money, and this is against the law. Once it happens, you will now become as an easy target for the said identity theft.  
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