This shows how stupid some scammers can be. I received a phishing email today from someone trying to access my paypal acct. Well, I can spot these a mile away. This guy however, was especially stupid. (First, before I continue, I do not condone any type of illegal activity to make money. Especially trying to get someones paypal or bank info to steal their money.) The reason this guy is stupid is.... 1) His email did not remotely resemble a paypal email. He did get my biz name right, but that's it. 2) He thought he'd be clever by registering a domain with random letters and numbers, and even used a sub-sub-domain to send the email. Basically, it looked like this: Code: http://paypal.com.randomnumbersandletters.morerandomnumbersandletters.com 3) And this is the dumbest part of all....... His domain registration info is not private, but openly available via WHOIS. Plus, the dummy is in the U.S., which means, if paypal presses charges, he can count on spending the next 10-15 years in prison. The morale of this story is: Don't do anything illegal to make money, and don't try to scam a blackhatter. We'll catch ya every time!!