QUOTE(garywelsh @ Jul 16 2013, 01:02 PM)
Good Day Guys,
I donít know if anyone has received this emails as yet, but if you did , do not enter you transaction pin in any unsecure sites whether it seem like it is authentic or not.
This email was sent from this email address (Payza <firstname.lastname@example.org>) with subject line (Payza: Hold Account Final Notice) today. If you look at the body of the email, you will notice that they got the text color and size correct http://i1279.photobucket.com/albums/y529/w...zps15f38101.jpg
After receiving the warning, I clicked the link to proceed in checking what caused the block which lead me to this webpage http://i1279.photobucket.com/albums/y529/w...zps46b4de90.jpg
. Now, if you look in the address bar, you will notice that the usual secure webpage protocol is missing and that was what triggered the alarm that something is wrong. I never for no reason in the past place my credential for any given transactions on an unsecured line so why start now. These guys are so ruthless, even the Payza, icon/logo they used to let is seem authentic.
If you look at this link which is the real Payza link, you will notice the usual secure URL is in the address bar http://i1279.photobucket.com/albums/y529/w...zps76342ebd.jpg
I then immediately went to Payza support to confirm if they were the one who sent the message on the unsecured line and they immediately responded and said no and then asked me to forward the email to them so they can investigate.
Guy, please be on the lookout for these scam emails. I do not want anyone to get robbed by these scammers trying everything to get our hard earn dollars from us.
thanks for letting usknow