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JS96
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Oh no, someone hacked my PayPal account, and it seems... PayPal’s too, they can’t spell properly anymore 😰

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  • 2
    MY EYES they are burning. The person who wrote this should be executed for "crimes against humanity"
  • 4
    the fuck is this supposed to be
  • 2
    Hahahaha that's a new one.
    I still get the generic ones, except the button goes to LinkedIn 😐
  • 1
    I have a feeling that paypal's phishing emails are better known than PayPal itself
  • 2
    @C0D4 Oh! That's awful! Scam for money, I can understand, but redirecting to LinkedIn? Who would be crazy enough to do such thing?!
  • 3
    The reason for typos is limiting the amount of people. We are smart enough to recognize a scam and they filter us out by these mistakes.
  • 3
    My parents once got a fake PayPal invoice. It was 19.99$ for PornHub and apart from the link it looked perfectly genuine! So much, that even I thought it was real at first. iirc they even spoofed the sender.
  • 0
    @Codex404 I would think people aren't that... ... ...no I guess you're right.
  • 2
    @Jilano I don't know where it was meant to go, just a 404 appears for me.

    #clickAtYourOwnRisk
    https://linkedin.com/slink/...
  • 0
    @C0D4 maybe it was like “I’ve fooled you and you’ve clicked on my LinkedIn account? Hire me as an h4ck3r”
  • 3
    I love the ones which just have three dots between e...v...e...r...y l...e...t...t...e...r
    Who the fuck is supposed to fall for this shit?!
  • 2
    Redirection to LinkedIn is used to get actual identities of people provided they are logged in. To pull this off, you exploit 'Who viewed your profile'.

    Just something I knew.
  • 1
    @sudocode every action on LinkedIn is a risk.
  • 1
    This email? I see no proH4kblem with it.
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