Watch out for a new ebay scam. I got hooked by this one. You get an official looking email from ebay announcing that another member has a question about something you have for sale. The sender’s address includes "ebay" in it and the email looks 100% authentic with all the links and logos, but it’s not really from ebay. Trouble is ebay uses dozens of different addresses, so you can’t tell by looking whether it’s from them or not. When you click on the link to answer the question, it takes you to a 100% authentic looking ebay sign on page. But again that sign on page is not linked to ebay. When you try to sign in you instantly send someone else your ebay password. You will finally know something is wrong when you try to go to “my ebay” or continue on to try to answer the question and it asks you to sign in again. What’s wild is that some of the links do link to ebay pages. I forwarded the original email to spoof @ebay.com and they said it was not from ebay. But something happened because a few hours later ebay administratively changed my password. It took some work to finally get back into my account. Be careful with any correspondence that looks like it’s from ebay or paypal. If you need to log on, it’s better to go to those sites from the web instead of linking there from an email.