Is your Pay Pal Account Under Attack?

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I think are a lot a like in being really concerned about our Pay Pal
account health...

I have more than 25 years of experience in computing maintenance and setup
I had many scam mails during the years, which I passed through with no issues.

And yet few days ago, I got really worried about my income when I got a
Pay Pal attack mail that almost got me fooled.
It DID take me few seconds to get back to my senses and avoid clicking
on the links...

Yes, I have gone through many similar scam mails and did not fall for them.
And yet I found out that no matter how careful you are, you could get
scammed if you are in the "right" emotional state.

So I thought - you could probably be in even bigger danger...

That's why I prepared a short video showing you the first basic
security tips for your Pay Pal account.

You can see it all here on my squidoo page (as well as a nice
cool vs. printer video...)

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Sure, there are many software protection products, but none of
them is perfect...

Do me one favor...

After watching the video and as you skip the offer
and ads, leave me a comment in the guest book and let me know
what you think about it and what other Computer Video's you would
like me to prepare for you...

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  • Profile picture of the author TheRichJerksNet
    Simple solution I have always done..

    I always type in paypal in my browser and never click on links in emails, not even payment links from clients.

    How many times has my paypal account been attacked, 0

    • Profile picture of the author jackmrk
      Originally Posted by TheRichJerksNet View Post

      Simple solution I have always done..

      I always type in paypal in my browser and never click on links in emails, not even payment links from clients.

      How many times has my paypal account been attacked, 0


      Hey James,

      You are taking one of the most important protection methods, but
      I think that my video will show you at least 1 or 2 more important points.
      As unless you take few more steps, your mails could be "clicked"
      without you actually clicking them.


  • Profile picture of the author Tuzic

    i think at some point we have all had our paypal accounts udner attack but i think they have put mroe barriers on this now.

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