11 September 2005
Phish right at your ear
Today's bogus letter not actually from PayPal claims that the service will now actually call you on your cell phone every time there's a transaction as "fraud prevention," of course. Needless to say, you're supposed to key in all your PayPal information plus your wireless number to this handy site.
Which site, incidentally, is msg-paypal.com, owned, says joker.com's Whois, by a fellow up in British Columbia, and created, by chance, just yesterday.
Just one more way SMS is becoming the Scammer Message Service, I suppose.Posted at 12:06 PM to Scams and Spams