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  • #603270
    Anonymous
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    ahoy ladies and gents,

    i’m not sure wtf to think after this one. i’m based in EU and have a neteller account registered in india (they dont allow one in hungary where i’m based). i’m looking for proper suggestions…

    “It has recently come to my attention that you are most likely using your
    NETELLER account as a payment solution (Possibly as an affiliate). This
    is absolutely fine but because your transactional levels have reached a
    certain velocity, NETELLER now requires your URL (web address) in order
    to further confirm your transactional levels and to continue in
    servicing your account. Please just simply send me an email with the
    URL (web address) that you use to drive revenue to and from your
    NETELLER account.”

    now what the f..k is this and what do they care?!

    what am i supposed to reply to this email?

    thanks for all your input…well worried on this one :huh2:

    ps.

    #739480
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    I’d phone them to sort this one out. It seems like a very strange request.

    #739501
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Check the headers properly and make sure it is not a phishing email.

    #739511
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Which is balance between your deposits and their withdrawal limits etc?
    The red flag for these e-wallets is when you’re receiving unusual amounts of money from other members.
    Money from their certified merchants is not an issue.

    #739525
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    this neteller account is only used for affiliate payments. the weird thing is that before neteller cancelled their debit cards, the amount of money we received was ten times the current amounts. so its just plain strange that they would ask this now.

    will give them a call later on, but i feel quite strange that i have to disclose the name of our website where we earn money.

    just as a scare thought, is it possible for them to use the information i give them against me? for example to shut down my neteller account? or provide information on my account to US authorities because we list online casinos for US players?

    :huh2:

    #739548
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    IT seems dodgy to me. I agree that Neteller should not have any interest in your website URL – or why funds are put into your account.

    I suspect some sort of phishing email too – although I am struggling to understand exactly what use this is ?

    Unless the scammers plan to write to affiliate programs and try to hi-jack your payments?

    #739575
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    I also suspect it’s a phishing email.

    splinterfree,

    would you please show us this email? (maybe aaa@neteller.com)

    To avoid us be cheated.

    #739576
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    It doesn’t seem to be written in perfect neteller grammer like we usually see.

    Did you check the headers to see where it actually came from, and where you would reply to?

    #739583
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    i haven’t replied to it yet. below is the email:

    From: Graham N
    Date: Tue, 12 Jun 2007 09:24:46 -0600
    Subject: NETELLER
    To: XXX@gmail.com

    Dear Aravind,

    It has recently come to my attention that you are most likely using your
    NETELLER account as a payment solution (Possibly as an affiliate). This
    is absolutely fine but because your transactional levels have reached a
    certain velocity, NETELLER now requires your URL (web address) in order
    to further confirm your transactional levels and to continue in
    servicing your account. Please just simply send me an email with the
    URL (web address) that you use to drive revenue to and from your
    NETELLER account.

    Thank you in advance,
    Graham

    Graham

    Graham@NETeller.com
    Toll Free: 888.258.5859
    Local: 403.233.9466
    Local Fax: 403.277.7996
    Toll Free Fax 1.877.230.0798
    http://www.NETeller.com <http://www.neteller.com/>

    This communication contains information which is confidential and may
    also be privileged. It is for the exclusive use of the intended
    recipient(s). If you are not the intended recipient(s), please note that
    any distribution, copying or use of this communication or the
    information in it is strictly prohibited. If you have received this
    communication in error, please notify the sender immediately and then
    destroy any copies of it.



    looks pretty real to me considering they even got the name right. i cant get anymore details since it arrived to gmail account.

    so should i reply to this? and if so, should i tell them the name of the website or not?

    thanks for all your replies!

    ps.

    #739870
    triplecrown
    Member
    splinterfree wrote:
    It has recently come to my attention that you are most likely using your
    NETELLER account as a payment solution (Possibly as an affiliate). This
    is absolutely fine but because your transactional levels have reached a
    certain velocity, NETELLER now requires your URL (web address) in order
    to further confirm your transactional levels and to continue in
    servicing your account. Please just simply send me an email with the
    URL (web address) that you use to drive revenue to and from your
    NETELLER account.

    It’s a phishing scam. Look at the grammer. It’s written suing proper terminology. “absolutely fine”, isn’t used in a formal email from a serious company. It’s too casual of a statement.

    What really gives it away is the “reached a certain velocity” in regards to “transaction levels”..

    please!

    #739899
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Looks like Phishing to me.

    Call them, but not the number given in the letter.

    #739960
    The_CPA
    Member

    STAY AWAY!! New on this board, but trust me, this is not a real e-mail. Also use a different e-mail address to send “graham@neteller.com an e-mail, see what you get back, if you are still unsure.

    #739961
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    All emails I have received from Neteller, always refer to their company as NETeller or Neteller and never NETELLER in full caps. They really don’t care if you are an affiliate or not unless there has been a complaint about you that I highly doubt this is the case.

    #739979
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    thanks everyone for your replies. i’ve written to neteller and inquired about this email. if its a scam, one thing that makes me wonder, is how the person got the name (used in the account registration) right…

    cheers!

    #740445
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    aloha,

    just received a reply from neteller (wrote to them using their online email form). here is the reply:

    “Regarding the recent email you received from us, it is legitimate. We will need to confirm the information that has been requested in the previous email.

    Should you have any questions or feel you have received this email in error, please contact us at http://www.neteller.com.

    Thank you for choosing NETELLER.

    Mikael

    RE: It has recently come to my attention that you are most likely using your NETELLER account as a payment solution (Possibly as an affiliate). This is absolutely fine but because your transactional levels have reached a certain velocity, NETELLER now requires your URL (web address) in order to further confirm your transactional levels and to continue in servicing your account. Please just simply send me an email with the URL (web address) that you use to drive revenue to and from your NETELLER account.
    Please reply to Graham@NETeller.com



    i guess i’ll need to give them the site address….weird!

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