How to you live with yourself stealing

@911Ricki (13602)
Canada
February 3, 2013 5:33pm CST
Someone has hacked into my Paypal account, and my Microworkers account and trying to withdrawl my money, and now my Twitter account. I believe it's the same low life loser, who tried stealing my money before. I can't understand how this low life can sleep at night. I will not fall as a victim like many I sure have. I have reported him each time, and I even called Paypal. Paypal has horrible security, I called today, and they had every excuse, and when I said I would never leave money in my accounts because of the lack of security and the fact this low life has gotten in my account (they have logged the ip address) they were trying to make excuses. I emailed Microworkers today, as I logged in and my money was pending woithdrawl and I didn't do that. They wont give me the email address, but I can guarentee it's this loser in India. I even reported him on Facebook as he was harrassing me. My friend even suggested getting a new computer, as he may have hacked iinto my computer.
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7 responses
• United States
3 Feb 13
It is sad that we are not safe anywhere on the net. I am glad I have always had no problems with paypal. I am glad that your situation is being worked out as well. we all should feel safe when dealing business online and off. take care.
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@911Ricki (13602)
• Canada
3 Feb 13
I never had a problem until a few months back, this loser kept messaging and harassing me on Facebook, how he found me is beyond me. He then hacked my Paypal account (all 3), and stoled my money. Now most likely my Microwrokers account, I will not allow him to stomp on me. I will hunt him down, and shove my foot so far up his *()()(). I will never trust a single person from India that's for sure, they are scammers, adn liers.
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@owlwings (38861)
• Cambridge, England
4 Feb 13
If I understand you to be saying that you have 3 PayPal accounts, then you cannot expect any support from PayPal, since an individual is only allowed to hold two accounts (one Personal/Premium and one Business account). DO NOT have the same password for any of the various accounts you hold and MAKE SURE that your passwords are at least 8 characters or more and consist of upper and lower case letters, numerals and symbols. Weak, easily guessed passwords and having the same passwords for different accounts is the major reason why people get their accounts hacked.
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@911Ricki (13602)
• Canada
7 Feb 13
I had 1, which I started having problems I paid the fee and closed it.Opened another and had more issues, I am now using a friends account. I changed it all up, and everytime this loser has gotten into my accounts, I changed it all. All my accounts have different passwords, even usernames on some.
@jenny1015 (13390)
• Philippines
4 Feb 13
KEYLOGGERS!!!!! Actually, you can get rid of it if you will have your computer reformat. I also had the same issues with my ex boss. He has hacked all my accounts. Good thing was he didn't install the keyloggers on my computer and I was able to get back all my hacked accounts.
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@BarBaraPrz (19363)
• St. Catharines, Ontario
4 Feb 13
Just who were you working for?
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@jenny1015 (13390)
• Philippines
4 Feb 13
I was working online. And my ex boss was based just about less than 100 km away from me. We often used online collaboration via Skype and Team Viewer. And so I was scared that somehow he had access to my laptop while we were using Team Viewer.
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@911Ricki (13602)
• Canada
7 Feb 13
That is scary, and saad that we have to think this way, but it's very true.
@BarBaraPrz (19363)
• St. Catharines, Ontario
4 Feb 13
Are you sure it's someone from India? I don't want to credit your brother with brains he may not have, but he does have a sadistic streak. How are his computer skills?
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@911Ricki (13602)
• Canada
4 Feb 13
Paypal and Microworker says the i.p address is registered in India. He isn't that smart, or at least he acts that way. He uses my Dad's computer, and has been playing some video game all day (literally up until 4am playing it).
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@BarBaraPrz (19363)
• St. Catharines, Ontario
4 Feb 13
Hackers know how to use proxies etc. to get around things. I don't really know how they do it, but I know it's possible. Anyway, I hope you get this settled once and for all.
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@911Ricki (13602)
• Canada
7 Feb 13
I am not sure how it works either, but I am missing $50 and Paypal wont do anything about it. I am just getting tired of this crap, and this idiot, I hope karma bites him hard.
@SomeCowgirl (32271)
• United States
4 Feb 13
This didn't start happening until after you got this new one has it? Paypal needs to step up and get things fixed. It's not your fault this is happening and something needs to be done about it.
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@Dominique25 (9476)
• United States
4 Feb 13
I'm sorry to hear this. That is awful and I would be fuming mad. I hope that something is done about this since they have the IP address. I wonder if he has hacked into your computer? It's sad that you have to consider getting a new computer because of that ridiculous person. Now you have to spend more money to keep that person from getting anymore of your information.
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@911Ricki (13602)
• Canada
7 Feb 13
Exactly, I am not sure seems like they always put me in circles and don't care.
@mariaperalta (19096)
• Mexico
3 Feb 13
oh no,, how do the do that? How did you find out that?
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@911Ricki (13602)
• Canada
3 Feb 13
The Paypal the loser logged on and transferred the money to his own account. Microworkers I assume it's him, as he has hacked into a few other accounts and harrassing me on Facebook.
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@saundyl (9690)
• Canada
6 Feb 13
Rather than purchasing a new system you could just have your computer reinstalled or restored to factory settings.
@911Ricki (13602)
• Canada
7 Feb 13
My friend did that already, and doesn't seem to help.
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