Today I received this email from some paypal hackers,
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From: PayPal
To:
Subject: Receipt for Your Payment
Date: Sat, 15 Sep 2007 08:05:56 IST
Dear PayPal Member,

This email confirms that you have sent an eBay payment of $47.85 USD to
achad13@yahoo.com for an eBay item.

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Payment Details
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Amount: $47.85 USD

Transaction ID: 2LC956793J776333Y

Subject: Digimax 130

Note:
If you haven’t authorized this charge ,click the link below to dispute transaction
and get full refund

Dispute transaction (Encrypted Link)

*SSL connection:
PayPal automatically encrypts your confidential information
in transit from your computer to ours using the Secure
Sockets Layer protocol (SSL) with an encryption key length
of 128-bits (the highest level commercially available)

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Item Information
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eBay User ID: scratchandgnaw2

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Edward Harrell’s UNCONFIRMED Address
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Edward Harrell
211 David St.
Springtown, TX 76082
United States

Important Note: Edward Harrell has provided an Unconfirmed Address. If
you are planning on shipping items to Edward Harrell, please check the
Transaction Details page of this payment to find out whether you will
be covered by the PayPal Seller Protection Policy.

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This payment was sent using your bank account.

By using your bank account to send money, you just:

– Paid easily and securely

– Sent money faster than writing and mailing paper checks
– Paid instantly — your purchase won’t show up on bills at the end of
the month.

Thanks for using your bank account!

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Thank you for using PayPal!
The PayPal Team
PayPal Email ID PP118
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I just wanted you to caution you that please don’t click on links of these kinds of emails. They are from Paypal hackers who may hack your paypal account and misuse it and leaving you feel sorry.