[bf1942] Your message to support at ebay.com was not received (KMM318407947V17629L0KM)

eBay Customer Support Support at ebay.com
Wed Mar 11 20:27:14 EDT 2009

Thank you for writing to eBay Customer Support. 
The address you wrote to (support at ebay.com) is no longer in service. 

To ensure that your question or concern is answered as quickly as 
possible, please contact us by following these steps:

1. Click "Help" at the top of most eBay pages. 
2. Click the "Contact Us" link on the left side of the page. 
3. Select the options that best match your question or concern.
4. Enter your message in the space provided.


If you received this message after attempting to report an email that 
appears to have come from eBay but actually directs you to another site,
you must forward the message to us again by using the forward function 
of your email program. Make certain that spoof at ebay.com is in the "to" 
field. Do not alter the subject line, add text to your message or 
forward the email as an attachment. 

We appreciate your assistance in this matter and apologize for any 
inconvenience this may have caused you.
eBay Customer Support

Tips to Avoid Spoof:

To help our members better protect themselves from spoof Web sites, we 
have developed a new feature for the eBay Toolbar called "Account 
Guard." Account Guard includes an indicator of when you are on an eBay 
or PayPal Website, buttons to report fake eBay Websites, and a password 
notification feature that warns you when you may be entering your eBay 
password into an unverified site. To learn more about the eBay Toolbar 
with Account Guard, open a new browser and type 
www.ebay.com/ebay_toolbar into the address bar. Note that eBay will 
never send you an email that includes a download as an attachment or a 
link that goes to a page with a download.

eBay also recommends that you ensure that your Web browser, operating 
system, and virus protection software are up to date. Check for updates 
at the "Windows Update" link on www.microsoft.com and scan your computer
for viruses often.

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