Beware of Klook Travel PayPal Payment Scam


Phishing Scam Alert! Beware of scam emails claiming "You have sent a payment for $220.00 USD to Klook Travel", "You have authorised a payment to Klook Travel" and so on.

 

Beware of the fraud email sent by the cybercriminals (you can find the samples of such phishing emails below) claiming you sent a payment of $200 USD or more or less to Klook Travel via your PayPal account. This email is nothing other than the phishing email sent by the cybercriminals to trick you to submit them your PayPal's email and password so that they can hack your PayPal details as well as your credit card details which are linked with your PayPal account and steal your money.

 


Fraud: Beware of Klook Travel PayPal Payment Fake Email Sent by Scammers

Actually these days you can find lots of phishing messages claiming you send money from PayPal to some company. For example, you can find about another similar kind of phishing message claiming "You sent a payment of $47.99 USD to Blanja, Ltd" by clicking >HERE<. So, maybe the same cybercriminal is behind this Klook Travel PayPal Payment phishing email as well.

 

Samples of scam emails - "You have authorised a payment to Klook Travel"

 

"From: service@paypal.c‎om <duars6_memekchikanih.773442@qwertyuiop02.com>

To: service.intl@emailpaypal.com

Subject: Re: You have authorised a payment to Klook Travel: Status: Paid - Transaction Number: 58631570405SW9.

Hello,

You have sent a payment for $220.00 USD to Klook Travel.

Please note this transaction may take a few moments to appear in your account overview.

View the details of this transaction online

If it was not you who did this transaction you can dispute the transaction in Resolutin Center

Seller

Klook Travel.

Instructions for the seller

You have not entered instructions.

Description Price Quantity Amount

Klook Order #04869905 $55.00 USD 4 $220.00 USD

Subtotal: $220.00 USD

Shipping and Handling: -

Total: $220.00 USD ..."

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"From: service@paypal.c‎om <duars0_memekasemnih.354751@qwertyuiop02.com>

Subject: Re: You have authorised a payment to Klook Travel: Status: Paid - Transaction Number: 5842706659W9S5.

Receipt Number: 5813581583W9S5.

Hello,

You have sent a payment for $220.00 USD to Klook Travel.

Please note this transaction may take a few moments to appear in your account overview.

View the details of this transaction online

If it was not you who did this transaction you can dispute the transaction in Resolutin Center

Seller

Klook Travel.

Instructions for the seller

You have not entered instructions.

Description Price Quantity Amount

Klook Order #13581583 $55.00 USD 4 $220.00 USD

Subtotal: $220.00 USD

Shipping and Handling: -

Total: $220.00 USD

Problems with this transaction?

You have 24 Hours from the date of the transaction to open a dispute in the Resolution Center."

 

AND so on......

 

NOTE: The details provided in the above message sample may be impersonated.


In the phishing email sample as above, you can find out that this cybercriminal has asked you to click the link to view or dispute the transaction. When you click there, you will be directed to the webpage which looks exactly similar to PayPal but with a different domain name than PayPal.com.

 

The domain name of PayPal will be always "www.paypal.com". So, if you ever find the webpage which looks exactly similar to PayPal but not with the domain "www.paypal.com", then you must know that is a fake PayPal website.

 

Never ever provide your PayPal credentials and credit card information on such a fake PayPal website, otherwise, cybercriminals will misuse your those details and will steal your money from your PayPal as well as from your credit card.

 

To be on the safe side, never ever click any link provided on any email sent by PayPal. Instead, directly go to the official website of PayPal which is "www.paypal.com" and log in there to check your account status.

 

If you have mistakenly provided your PayPal credentials to the fake PayPal website ever, we suggest you immediately change your password and then contact the support team of PayPal and follow their direction to secure your PayPal account. You should also contact your bank or credit card company to secure your credit card which is linked with your PayPal account.

  


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