Skrill Phishing Email
Please be aware that currently a new form of Skrill Phishing Emails are spreading around the internet.
The new Skrill scam email looks very similar to normal emails sent by Skrill support to make customers click a malicious link and the enter their account information.
These emails are even addressed with the correct name and email address of Skrill’s customers.
The email is sent from “support@Skrll.com” with the subject “Important: Dispute #SK-2849126”, faking a support incident. The phishers claim the account is closed and that the account data must be confirmed.
Please do NOT to click ANY link if you receive any kind of these emails, even if you are adressed personally.
In general, never click on links in emails to log in at either Skrill or NETELLER – use a bookmark in your browser or type the address in manually.
For further information and how to reach Skrill about the issue, please make sure to visit their official website regarding Skrill Scam issues:
PayPal Phishing Emails
Last week, very similar PayPal phishing emails were also sent to millions of customers with correct personal address and name looking very close to the typical emails sent by PayPal:
About Phishing Emails
Phishing is the attempt to acquire sensitive information such as usernames, passwords, and credit card details (and sometimes, indirectly, money) by masquerading as a trustworthy entity in an electronic communication.
If you have any questions or encounter any further problems, please do not hesitate to contact us.