Fake reporting emails claiming to be from eBay Support are currently being distributed. The eBayNotify messages urge you to click a link to read an email with the necessary details and instructions.
But, in fact, the emails have no connection to eBay and the links they contain do not open any legitimate eBay messages.
Instead, the links open a website full of hyped up nonsense promoting the supposed health benefits of various decidedly dodgy dietary products.
The fake eBay email is just a ruse to trick people into visiting the spam website and buying products.
The bottom line? Any company unscrupulous enough to use deliberately deceptive tactics such as sending fake notification emails cannot be trusted in any way whatsoever. If you receive one of these emails, just delete it.
An example of the spam email:
Since you’ve read this far……can I ask you for a big favour?
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