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Sophisicated criminals are taking aim at customers of the internet auction house eBay to skim money from their bank accounts.
Consumers are being hit with emails, purporting to be from eBay, but which are being sent by criminals trying to rob unsuspecting victims.
The emails tell recipients their eBay account will be suspended and they will be barred from the auction site unless they update personal details.
The fraudulent emails also provide a link to a website where the information can be entered.
eBay Australia trust and safety director Alastair MacGibbon said the fraud was an industry-wide problem and most internet companies with large customer lists were targets.
He was unable to say how much money had been lost by customers through the fraud.
To deal with the crime eBay has set up an investigation team and called on people who receive suspicious emails to send them to spoof@eBay.com.au for confirmation.
Originally posted by Lysergic
If you need it for gaming desktop all the way
however if you had no desire to be an uber pro, then go with the laptop :p