• Report: #209378

Complaint Review: BILL CHANG - LWP ELECTRONICS

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  • Submitted: Mon, September 04, 2006
  • Updated: Wed, September 06, 2006

  • Reported By:New York New York
BILL CHANG - LWP ELECTRONICS
202 N. MAGNOLIA SACO, Maine U.S.A.

BILL CHANG - LWP ELECTRONICS ripoff phisihing for crecit card info SACO Maine

*Consumer Suggestion: Not Paypals fault

*Consumer Suggestion: Not Paypals fault

*Consumer Suggestion: Not Paypals fault

*Consumer Suggestion: Not Paypals fault

*Consumer Suggestion: I'm with ya, Terence... PayPal Sucks!!!

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I AM NOT A PAYPAL MEMBER AND INSTANTLY RECOGNIZED THIS AS A PHISHING ATTACK, DON'T BE FOOLED BY THESE B*****DS!!

Dear PayPal Member,

Please confirm payment to LWPELECTRONICS (sales@lwpelectronics.com) $474.99 USD using PayPal and your Shipping Information.

This credit card payment will appear on your bill as "PAYPAL LWPELECTRONICS*".

PayPal Shopping Cart Contents
Item Name: BRAND NEW NOKIA 8800 CELL PHONE
Quantity: 1
Total: $474.99 USD


Cart Subtotal: $454.99 USD
Shipping Charge: $20.00 USD
Cart Total: $474.99 USD
Payment Status: Unconfirmed


Shipping Information

Shipping Info: Bill Chang
202 N Magnolia Dr.
Saco, ME 04072
United States
Address Status: Unconfirmed
Please click the link below to confirm payment shipping information . (((ROR redacted link)))

Thank you for using PayPal!

The PayPal Team
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PayPal Email ID PP120

Terence
New York, New York
U.S.A.

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#1 Consumer Suggestion

Not Paypals fault

AUTHOR: Mike - (U.S.A.)

I'm sorry to hear you are getting the same spam mail that a billion other people are getting too, myself included. A simple way to avoid traps liek this is never click on links in emails. Period. Paypal and Ebay never ask for information through email ever.



To Toni in NJ....



This has nothing to do with PayPal, and if anything you should be mad at the ISP's who refuse to block the ports all spam mail comes through. As for Paypal, they do what they can to stop spam. They ask that you forward the email to their fraud division (I've done this around 20 times now) and they go after the web provder hosting the illegal website and then the owners of said site. I don't understand how you think this is PayPals fault. I've been using Ebay and PayPal for years, and using some common sense and practical working knowledge of scams being used, I've NEVER been taken. The trick is to be informed.
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#2 Consumer Suggestion

Not Paypals fault

AUTHOR: Mike - (U.S.A.)

I'm sorry to hear you are getting the same spam mail that a billion other people are getting too, myself included. A simple way to avoid traps liek this is never click on links in emails. Period. Paypal and Ebay never ask for information through email ever.



To Toni in NJ....



This has nothing to do with PayPal, and if anything you should be mad at the ISP's who refuse to block the ports all spam mail comes through. As for Paypal, they do what they can to stop spam. They ask that you forward the email to their fraud division (I've done this around 20 times now) and they go after the web provder hosting the illegal website and then the owners of said site. I don't understand how you think this is PayPals fault. I've been using Ebay and PayPal for years, and using some common sense and practical working knowledge of scams being used, I've NEVER been taken. The trick is to be informed.
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#3 Consumer Suggestion

Not Paypals fault

AUTHOR: Mike - (U.S.A.)

I'm sorry to hear you are getting the same spam mail that a billion other people are getting too, myself included. A simple way to avoid traps liek this is never click on links in emails. Period. Paypal and Ebay never ask for information through email ever.



To Toni in NJ....



This has nothing to do with PayPal, and if anything you should be mad at the ISP's who refuse to block the ports all spam mail comes through. As for Paypal, they do what they can to stop spam. They ask that you forward the email to their fraud division (I've done this around 20 times now) and they go after the web provder hosting the illegal website and then the owners of said site. I don't understand how you think this is PayPals fault. I've been using Ebay and PayPal for years, and using some common sense and practical working knowledge of scams being used, I've NEVER been taken. The trick is to be informed.
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#4 Consumer Suggestion

Not Paypals fault

AUTHOR: Mike - (U.S.A.)

I'm sorry to hear you are getting the same spam mail that a billion other people are getting too, myself included. A simple way to avoid traps liek this is never click on links in emails. Period. Paypal and Ebay never ask for information through email ever.



To Toni in NJ....



This has nothing to do with PayPal, and if anything you should be mad at the ISP's who refuse to block the ports all spam mail comes through. As for Paypal, they do what they can to stop spam. They ask that you forward the email to their fraud division (I've done this around 20 times now) and they go after the web provder hosting the illegal website and then the owners of said site. I don't understand how you think this is PayPals fault. I've been using Ebay and PayPal for years, and using some common sense and practical working knowledge of scams being used, I've NEVER been taken. The trick is to be informed.
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#5 Consumer Suggestion

I'm with ya, Terence... PayPal Sucks!!!

AUTHOR: Toni - (U.S.A.)

PayPal facilitates scumbags like this "Bill Chang" character by not doing enough to stop scammers like him and his ilk!!!



Ever notice how the overwhelming number of these phishing attempts involve the name of PayPal?



Why, you ask?



Because PayPal does not take the security and protection of their customers, and the public at large, seriously!!! PayPal's lack of security is actually facilitating fraud!!!



JUST SAY NO TO PAYPAL!!!
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