PayPal Phishers Need to Improve Their Grammar
I really think these idiots who constantly try to scam the naive, innocent and gullible out of their hard earned coinage need to work on their language skills.
Take todays’ effort as an example. Purportedly from PayPal it suggests (if I translate it into understandable English correctly) that my PayPal account has been marked as ‘unreliable’. Whatever that means.
If you want to be taken seriously at least make an effort to put together a vaguely comprehensible message in your efforts to con me. “We also you to review the Policy Changes to olearn to yourself with all of the modifications that we produced.” Huh? What?
Notification of latest Account State Actualization
Respective info @ blabla.co.za,
Because of latter activity PayPal recently Withhold Your account and transformed it’s type to Unreliable.
You can view this Changes proceeding this link and decide this status. Once you are logged in, look at the Notifications section for the latest Account and Policy Updates. We also you to review the Policy Changes to olearn to yourself with all of the modifications that we produced.
If you have a PayPal account and get a similar message, don’t be fooled. These sons of bitches are preying on the gullible, and praying that they respond to their fake website, email address and efforts to take your money.
Don’t give them the satisfaction.