How to identify spoof emails
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Take the Spoofbuster challenge and identify 99.9% of Spoof Emails!


This is an excellent new eBook designed to help you identify 99.9% of Spoof emails.


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Did you know that in 2004 57 million internet users were targeted by spoof emails?
On average about 5% of these targets fell victims to the fraud.

I know what your thinking. You are saying to yourself "I dont get any spoof emails" or "I already know how to spot a spoof email"
Well I used to think exactly the same as you until I fell victim to a PayPal spoof email. The email tricked me into entering my PayPal username and password into a fake website, allowing the fraudster to access my account. Fortunatly I was lucky as PayPal managed to deal with the fraudster before any money was taken from my account. I was lucky, but unfortuantly many people arent so lucky. Millions of people each year fall for scams like this, make sure you arent one of them!

Before this attack I considered myself to be quite knowledgeable about spoof emails, and thought that I could spot them. However spoof emails are now becoming more and more complex and difficult to spot. Take a look at the two emails below, can you tell that these are spoof emails?

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As you can see from the above emails, if you werent on your guard 24/7 you could easily fall victim to one of these scams. The worrying thing is that the fraudsters are now finding more and more ways to hide these spoof emails and make them more genuine. It used to be as easy as looking at who the email was addressed to. If it says "Dear Member" then it is a spoof, unfortunatly as you can see from the first example above, some spoof emails have started to address you by your username!

Spoof emails dont just come from eBay or PayPal. I recieve over five spoof emails a day from "Banks" telling me that there has been a software crash, or my details need updating. Obviously if you were to submit your bank details to a fraudster the conciquences dont bare thinking about.

If you arent already recieving any spoof emails then I guarantee that if you use eBay or PayPal then it will only be a matter of time before you get targeted. So when you do get a spoof email make sure you know exactly how to spot them.
That is where my system comes in.

Allow me to present to you "The Spoofbuster© eMail challenge!":


This is a brand new test that I have created to spot spoof emails. I have spent months researching all of the different trends that can be found in spoof emails and devised four tests that will identify ANY spoof email. This test will allow you to spot a spoof email, no matter which company or bank the email has come from.

Please see below for a full list of the eBooks contents:

  • Introduction
  • About the Test
  • Test 1
  • Test 2
  • Test 3
  • Test 4
  • Other helpful tips
  • The Spoof Quiz!
  • Reporting a spoof
  • Sample Spoofs

As you can see; as well as the four Tests to identify ANY spoof email. The eBook comes with more helpful tips on how to spot spoof emails. For example:
Did you know that there is a free piece of software that warns you as soon as you enter a spoof website?
If you didnt then we will show you how to download and use that software!

Also included is a Spoof quiz. See how much you really know about spoof emails. This quiz allows you to look at different emails, some are spoofs and some genuine. You have to see if you can tell if they are spoofs or genuine emails.

We have also included contact details for all the main companies that you are likely to recieve spoof emails from. The companies currently listed, with contact details (including phone numbers*) are:

  • PayPal
  • eBay
  • Lloyds TSB*
  • Halifax*
  • Charter One bank*
  • Barclays*
  • Abbey National*
  • Halifax*

Plus if that wasnt enough we have included a large selection of sample spoof emails for you to look at. These include emails sent from eBay, PayPal, Lloyds TSB, Halifax, Abbey National and the Charter One bank.

Special Bonus!

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Do you ever get those annoying callers asking you to change your Gas/Electricity provider? Or maybe someone will ring your phone and tell you that you have won the Jackpot in a super prize draw!
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Remeber, the small price that you pay for this eBook could stop you falling victim to identity fraud. Identity fraud is the newest type of fraud to sweep through the internet. Dont become another statistic and protect your identity today by purchasing this eBook.

**Remember that if you arent 100% satisfied with your purchase we offer a 7 day money back guarantee!**

What have you got to lose, dont be one of those people that will push the back button on their browser and do nothing with this information. This information could save you A LOT of money, and I guarantee that if you follow the four tests in this eBook you will never get caught out by a spoof email again!



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