Apparently the scammers are taking notes, because the quality of the fraud is getting higher. This one actually freaked me out there for a few minutes.
Thank you for making a payment over the phone! We’ve received your
Bill Me LaterŽ payment of $1285.43 and have applied it to your account.
Here are the details:
Your Bill Me Later Account Number Ending in:
Your Payment Date*:
Your Payment Confirmation Number:
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Now, Bill Me Later is affiliated with Ebay, and while I didn’t check to see if the graphics matched–you won’t catch me clicking on anything in an email I don’t trust–the addresses do. Thing is, I don’t use that email to do anything with PayPal, Ebay, or anything that requires the exchange of sensitive data, and I for SURE didn’t make any phone payments to anyone. But the WTF factor is high enough on the notion of someone making a large payment in my name to have my eyeballs bugging out for a minute or two, and to do some checking.
Just in case, I changed some passwords.