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PayPal scam I assume.


muddypaws
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Two identical emails today. see here

Viewed them on TT webmail.

In my OE they have gone to 'Deleted' and subject heading is 'Suspicious part has been

quarantined.' and have no content.

Obviously I haven't taken up their offer!

For infomation only.

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spuds

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Its a scam.

Another that's doing the rounds is the notification that something like £40 is being authorised for Skype usage. Don't click the link for checking payment made.

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muddypaws

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rayanlee

With respect your link only appears to show those who complain, which is common to a lot of reviews.

I could praise TalkTalk for the service I have had 99% of the time from them over 10 years, but haven't reported that.

Similarly if you relied on the M&S chart you probably wouldn't want to deal with them either.

Our experience is quite the opposite and again we haven't said so.

However having said that I always read reviews for particular items on various sites.

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pccleaner

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Hello muddypaws Can you explain more about that paypal scam? I'm a little bit confuse, i worried of my paypal transaction.

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Lazarus The 2nd

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pccleaner, If I were you, I would be more worried about this Click here

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