🤔↓↓↓ One of the popular scams that vendors will have to contend with is overpayment scams. In this scenario, the crook masquerading as a regular customer will send a PayPal payment that is more than the price of the product or order. They will then notify the seller that they made a mistake and sent more money than they were charged and ask the merchant to wire them back the difference. Once that has happened the scammer will then contact PayPal and file a grievance citing various reasons such as that the product delivered was of inferior quality or that their account has been compromised and they didn’t purchase anything. In the case of the latter you might lose both money and goods if the scammer becomes eligible for a full refund. https://bit.ly/2ODfaP6
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Using PayPal on your website? Watch out for these latest scams!
So many scams targeting website owners these days.
So many scams targeting website owners these days including this mail out from Internet Domain Name Services Inc.They get away with this because they're banking on that you don't know where registered your domain. Sadly suckers don't read the letter properly and rush to make payment with their credit card in fear of losing the domain.It's not wise giving your credit card to scammers.I recommend that when you get random mail or emails demanding payment that you take extra care reading the letter because many times they are usually scams, phishing emails, or viruses. Cross-check names and links.