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  2. PayPal - Wikipedia

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    On September 1, 2015, PayPal launched its peer-to-peer payment platform "PayPal.Me", a service that allows users to send a custom link to request funds via text, email, or other messaging platforms. [49] Custom links are set to be structured as PayPal.me/username/amount requested. [49]

  3. Manage spam and privacy in AOL Mail - AOL Help

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    Unsubscribe from sender. 1. Select the email. 2. Click Mark as Spam . 3. If you're given the option, click Unsubscribe and you will no longer receive messages from the mailing list. If you click the Mark as Spam icon, the message will be marked as spam and moved into the spam folder.. If you don't get a pop up to unsubscribe, don't worry!

  4. Social Security benefits could get biggest increase since 1983

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    Beneficiaries could see their benefits increase by 5.8% in January 2022, according to a Bank of America analyst note, which would be the biggest boost since 1983. That’s also quite a bit more ...

  5. WikiLeaks - Wikipedia

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    WikiLeaks ( / ˈwɪkiliːks /) is an international non-profit organisation that publishes news leaks [3] and classified media provided by anonymous sources. [4] Its website, initiated in 2006 in Iceland by the organisation Sunshine Press, [5] stated in 2015 that it had released online 10 million documents in its first 10 years. [6]

  6. Email fraud - Wikipedia

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    e. Email fraud (or email scam) is intentional deception for either personal gain or to damage another individual by means of email. Almost as soon as email became widely used, it began to be used as a means to defraud people. Email fraud can take the form of a "con game", or scam. Confidence tricks tend to exploit the inherent greed and ...

  7. Internet fraud - Wikipedia

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    Internet fraud is a type of cybercrime fraud or deception which makes use of the Internet and could involve hiding of information or providing incorrect information for the purpose of tricking victims out of money, property, and inheritance. Internet fraud is not considered a single, distinctive crime but covers a range of illegal and illicit ...

  8. Bounce message - Wikipedia

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    A bounce message or just "bounce" is an automated message from an email system, informing the sender of a previous message that the message has not been delivered (or some other delivery problem occurred). The original message is said to have "bounced". This feedback may be immediate (some of the causes described here) or, if the sending system ...