Steve Haslam (araqnid) wrote,
Steve Haslam

scammers get tricker and trickier...

"verify your e-mail address on the e-gold server by clicking the link below and entering your e-gold account number and password" yada yada yada

and the link then is ""

so this must be how people got duped into giving away their paypal details etc... gits. Still, something for y'all to know.

It's not like I even know who the hell e-gold are, much less have an account with them in the first place.... just the obvious scam offends me, somehow.
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