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What is this scam of a website and how did you get my credit card information. I have sent you previous emails requesting you to cease deducting your fraudulent charges on my card. If you don't stop this time I will turn you into the Better Business Bureau. Cancel my account immediately. I?ll bet you don?t have the guts to post this question on your scummy website. You have obtained my email somewhere and you obviously have falsely created an account for me because the username you have is something I would never have selected myself. I had to send for it to be able to send this email to you.

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Please write an email to Customer Support of Fixya.com to cancel your account as they handle account/ premium matters.
Email address is as follows:

premium.support@fixya.com

Hope this info will help you.
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Posted on Jul 15, 2010

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I have just received a scam email purporting to come from Amazon for a ph tester that I have not ordered. This came into my inbox at 16.01 today.


Thank you Jane

This is known as a 'Phishing Scam'. The idea is to get you to enter your personal information so the person logging in can get goods sent somewhere other than your home. Also the credit card details can be used to clone a card.

Things to look for are the address in the URL line of your browser not being related to the company writing, also that the URL does start https with the 's' signifying the site is secure, and its accompanying lock symbol.

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A phishing scam is one in which victims are tricked into providing personal information such as account numbers, passwords and credit card details to what they believe to be a legitimate company or organization. In order to carry out this trick, the scammers often create a "look-a-like" webpage that is designed to resemble the target company's official website. Typically, emails are used as "bait" in order to get the potential victim to visit the bogus website. The emails use various devious ruses to trick readers into clicking on the included links, thereby opening the bogus website. Information submitted on these bogus websites is harvested by the scammers and may then be used to steal funds from the user's accounts and/or steal the victim's identity.

Phishing scam emails are created to give the illusion that they have been sent by a legitimate institution. Emails may arrive in HTML format and include logos, styling, contact and copyright information virtually identical to those used by the targeted institution. To further create the illusion of legitimacy, some of the secondary links in these bogus emails may lead to the institution's genuine website. However, one or more of the hyperlinks featured in the body of the email will point to the fraudulent website.

Links in phishing scam messages are often disguised to make it appear that they lead to the genuine institution site. The sender address of the email may also be disguised in such a way that it appears to have originated from the targeted company. Because they are sent in bulk to many recipients, scam emails use generic greetings such as "Dear account holder" or "Dear [targeted institution] customer". If an institution needed to contact a customer about some aspect of his or her account, the contact email would address the customer by name.

To be Continued

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Received your urgent Important Notice...Can't find anywhere to input my code...evidently many others can't either...is this just a scam?


you should never open a page that you received in an email if you have even a hint of suspicion about it. Before you do that, you should contact the institution/company that sent you the email (and not with a telephone or email sent with that email).
Most companies *will not* send you any email asking you to login into the site. And, if for example you receive a notice from your Bank or Credit Card company saying that you have an important message, *don't follow the link on the email*. Instead, login as you usually do in their website, and there you can check if you have any message.
Again, better to be safe!... *do not* follow any link on an email that your are not *absolutely* sure is legit.

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How do I send my 4 digits as requested to Pay pal to confirm my credit card


If you are trying to pay with a credit card via PayPal, it asks for the same information as any secure site: the account number and CVV code. The CVV code for most cards (Visa, MC) is a three-digit number printed on the back of the card. For Amex, the confirmation code is the four-digit code on the front on the right side just above the account number.
If you think you are trying to pay for something via Paypal and the payment form does not allow you to put the CVV or confirmation number in properly, it might be a scam page. Check the URL for "https:" not "http:" If your don't see that "s" in front of the colon don't type in any card information - if you already have sent credit card information to a http (not https), contact your bank and tell them your card might be compromised.

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Natwest online banking


You may have. Check your credit report and request they put a "flag" on your account.

The flag is intended to alert them whenever anyone tries to open an account in your name.


Did this link come to you in an email?
Do you still have the email? Contact the bank to verify and in the future NEVER fill in or answer an email with links sent to you.

ONLY if YOU initiate the request or contact should you ever answer an email link and you have a valid phone number and contact with whomever you are doing business with.

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Paypal is it safe ?


It is safe. It is owned by eBay, and is spreading in popularity. You open an account, and connect that to a source of funding. Paypal likes to connect to a bank account (personally I never would), but you can connect to a credit card (what I did).

When you make a purchase (often eBay) you can specify payment by Paypal, so that the merchant never sees your personal funding source. Then Paypal makes the deduction from you.

It seems to be biased in favour of the buyer, as it offers 'purchaser insurance' against being scammed, and you can request a scam purchase be reversed.

When operating on-line with Paypal, use a secure connection, not in a cafe, a good quality password (letters, numbers, and a symbol or 2) and change it regularly.

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