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Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>

RE: Klage/Fwd: 6" NieR:Automata 2B ... is almost yours (KMM14744924V11549L0KM)

Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com> 15. november 2020 kl. 09:08

Til: eBay Customer Support - spoof <spoof@ebay.com>

Kopi: exec.relations@ebay.com, matthewb@ebay.com, government_relations@ebay.com, billcobb@ebay.com, csme@ebay.com, pierre@ebay.com, ulieberman@ebay.com, jcanfield@ebay.com, elh@forbrukertilsynet.no, inger.lise.blyverket@forbrukerradet.no, fmovpost <fmovpost@fylkesmannen.no>, post <post@finkn.no>, Politikk Høyre <politikk@hoyre.no>, Akademikerforbundet <post@akademikerforbundet.no>

Hi,


these troll-accounts even bid on auctions and win auctions.


So these are troll-Ebay-accounts, it seems.


The emails are sent from Ebay.


(Since the accounts bid on auctions, they aren't phishing-accounts, I'd say).


I therefore also send copy-emails to other Ebay-mail-accounts, that I found on a blog, after using Google.


Erik Ribsskog



fre. 16. okt. 2020 kl. 03:26 skrev eBay Customer Support - spoof <spoof@ebay.com>:

Hello,


Thanks for forwarding the suspicious email you received.


The email is a spoof, also known as a "phishing," email. (That's phishing, as in "fishing" for personal information.) It didn't come from eBay. Our Trust & Safety team is working to disable any websites it links to.


Copies of any emails we send you about the status of your account or a change in your account information will be displayed in My Messages. This is especially helpful since many spoof emails try to convince you that your account is in jeopardy.


-- Important --

*Never* respond to a suspicious email or click any links in the email message. If you think you may have given out personal information in a spoof email or website, you need to take steps to protect your identity right away. For more information about what to do, go to:


 http://pages.ebay.com/help/account/protecting-identity-theft.html


If you'd like to learn more about how to spot a spoof email and stay safe online, go to:


 http://pages.ebay.com/help/tutorial/accountprotection/js_tutorial.html


Keep those reports coming -- you're helping protect the global Internet community! Our Trust & Safety team works closely with Internet Service Providers to shut down fraudulent sites. We also send your reports to Web browser companies so that they can develop tools to identify spoof sites.



Sincerely,

eBay Trust & Safety Team

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