Worldpay - new scam or not?

  pj123 15:38 12 Jul 06
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Just received an email reputedly from Worldpay.

Haven't used Worldpay myself but checked out the Worldpay site.

This is what they say:

"Bogus emails: In the last few hours some customers have received at least one email from a 3rd party pretending to be WorldPay - some using the bogus address [email protected] / [email protected] and the name Dave Gollick - but other names and addresses may also be used. This email is not from WorldPay - we recommend you delete it and do not open any attachments it may contain."

Mine was from Dave Gollick.

Be aware folks!!

  vinnyT 11:24 13 Jul 06

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  SANTOS7 11:37 13 Jul 06

Thanks for the info pj123, and a reminder to all DO NOT let curiosity get the better of you if you do not recognise the content or the sender BIN IT!!!

  FatboySlim71 12:31 13 Jul 06

No payment service i.e Paypal or Worldpay in this instance, will ever ask you to disclose your log on name/pin in an email. Your always best to log into either Paypal or world pay by their web address, rather than clicking on a link from an email that could be a bogus email and would direct you to a bogus site.

  terryf 12:32 13 Jul 06

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  pj123 14:44 30 Jul 06

Will tick this one now.

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