1. Never click on any links in these emails! If it is real, the email will be in your eBay My Messages folder. Go there and check.
2. The email usually has a return address with a slight variation of eBay.com.
3. The grammar, spelling, sentence structure, and punctuation will usually be poor.
4. The language will be threatening and call for immediate action on your part. The idea is to scare you into clicking on something so the unscrupulous person sending the email can gain access to your account.
5. If you get one, report it to email@example.com 6. See the eBay Help page about this topic here.
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Be safe online!