I missed one. Hell, half the fakes had misspelled words. The paypal one had "paypalconstomers" in the URL. The quiz kinda cheated though, since it doesn't allow you to inspect the URLs of most of the pages. That would have made it much easier.<br><br>------<br>"Take that some place else."
on the Capital One sites I pulled up my own Cap one and then didn't confirm either of the sites as authentic. I thought they both were fake. Then I missed the last one about security checks. I think many authentic sites have poor grammar and poor spelling. <br><br>dave<br><br><br>
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