A company is paying a bill from a former customer but not the company that owes the bill.
How to spot a fake invoice from a company who owes moneyThe fake invoice is sent via email, with the customer’s name, address, and phone number in the subject line.
It includes a message that says: The bill is in your account.
PayPal, Visa, Mastercard and Western Union are among the companies using the scam.
A fake invoice will contain a list of all the companies in the company’s name.
The recipient’s bank card number and other personal details are also listed.
The company can also send a screenshot of the email to the recipient.
The company may also include a link to the scam page.
Paypal, Visa and Mastercard often ask the recipient to click the “accept” button on the email.
If they do, they will be redirected to the website where they can pay the bill by credit card or debit card.
If the recipient does not accept the email, PayPal, Visa or Mastercard will charge the recipient an additional fee.
Once the scammer sends the scam email, it can take up to 48 hours for the recipient’s credit or debit cards to be charged.
If you’re still not convinced, it’s worth checking whether the recipient is eligible for a payment.
If you don’t have your credit or bank account details, the scam will ask for them.
If your credit card is still not charged after 48 hours, you can report the scam to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC).
If you think your credit is compromised, contact your bank or credit provider.
If there’s nothing you can do about it, you should also contact the Federal Government’s consumer protection watchdog, the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA).
PayPalPayPal has taken steps to improve its response to the payment scam.
The firm has added a feature that allows customers to see the names of any companies who have been charged for fraudulent invoices.
It also has a new ‘pay it forward’ feature that will allow you to claim payments if your company or bank has paid a fake bill.
Payment providerPayPal is currently accepting payments from companies who are claiming the fraudulent invoice.
If a company or company has received an invoice from the company, it will automatically redirect to the company or its website to pay the invoice.
The scammer will also send another email to that email address with a list containing the company and its email address.
The email will contain an email address and a link that will direct you to the PayPalPayPal website to download a PayPal Pay Now link.
The fraudulent invoice is now sent to the email address associated with the email sent by the scam sender.
Payday lenders and payday companiesPayday lending has a payment scam section on its website that contains information on the fraudster.
If it’s a payday lender, it offers to send the scam victim a PayPal invoice or credit card statement that will show that the bank has charged the scam customer.
PayDay lenders are known for sending fraudulent emails that make it appear as if they have received payment for a loan.
They can be particularly difficult to track down as they may have created a fake email address or use the same email address for multiple people.
You can tell if your payday lender is a scammer by checking if the email or email link on their website looks familiar to you.
If the email is not legitimate, you will need to contact your lender to find out what happened to your money.
You’ll also want to check to make sure that your bank is charging your bank account, credit card, and debit card account for the scam bill.