Friday, May 25, 2012

New paypal scam


Good News from PayPal Charity in Partnership with MissionFish
This email confirms that MissionFish has sent you ($750,000.00 USD) Seven Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars Only for using PayPal. Your PayPal account was entered as dependent clients with: Reference Serial Number: BCL/1001A/2012 and Batch number 0417/CA1/2012.
MissionFish is the product of a collaboration between eBay, the Points of Light Institute, Pew Charitable Trusts, and The Case Foundation and was created as a means for nonprofit organizations to raise money through eBay auctions and sales.
With PayPal, donors can trust that their contributions are secure and their financial information will not be exposed. And since we host the payment pages, you don’t have to worry about collecting, protecting, or securely transmitting their payment information.
In fact, more than 100,000 nonprofit organizations are already using PayPal to receive donations online. And on average, more than 250 nonprofits around the world join PayPal every day. PayPal offers relevant and targeted online solutions that give nonprofits – regardless of size – the ability to accept payments from a wide range of donors easily and safely.
NOTE: To complete this process, you must read and understand our Terms and Conditions
(1) Processing Fees are applied only when you accept this donation.
(2) Due to the Maximum PayPal Limit of your PayPal account, the fund need to be sent to you via Bank Transfer or PayPal Check. This check can be paid at any Bank Nationwide in any country.
(3) Prefer Mode of payment: Bank Transfer or PayPal Check
(4) Full Name and Recent Passport Photograph, your name and passport photograph will appear on PayPal charity donation list.
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BBC Children in NeedCancer Research UKGreat Ormond Street Hospital
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The PayPal Team  

PayPal Email ID PP260
PayPal Charity Manager,
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