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Subject:  eBay Unpaid Item Strike Received: #5237202437
From:  "eBay Unpaid" <unpaid.strike@ebay.com>
Date:  Mon, 13 Feb 2006 09:54:55 -0800

A Scam Email with the Subject "eBay Unpaid Item Strike Received: #5237202437" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Mon, 13 Feb 2006 09:54:55 -0800 and has been classified as a Auction/Escrow Scam. The sender was "eBay Unpaid" <unpaid.strike@ebay.com>, although it may have been spoofed.

 
   
Subject: eBay Unpaid Item Strike Received: #5237202437 Received: Feb-12-06
From: eBay Expires: Mar-14-06
Item ID: 5237202437
You acted on this alert in My Messages, but it may still require your attention.
eBay Unpaid Item Strike Received: #5237202437


Dear eBay User, you have received an Unpaid Item strike

You were the winning buyer on eBay item #5237202437, 2.1 GB Hard Drive pulled from a Presario 1220 +CADDY . The seller, chdem has informed eBay that payment for the item has still not been received, or that the two of you were not able to come to agreement. As a result, you have received an Unpaid Item strike.

If you would like additional information regarding the item in question, please review the dispute details page.

Remember, repeated Unpaid Item strikes may result in your suspension from eBay.
Here you can check the status of this transaction: 5237202437.

You can appeal this Unpaid Item strike if you believe it is not deserved. First, read the requirements for appealing the strike. If you meet them, you can submit your appeal on that page. If your appeal is successful the strike will be removed.

If you have recently paid for the item or have otherwise resolved this dispute, you can ask the seller to remove the Unpaid Item Strike.

Regards,

eBay
 
 
 
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