You're right.  I got a different address and looked it up and got
a Time Warner Telecom address that looked pretty suspicious although
ebaymainstreet is registered to what looks like the proper eBay...
I bet Jeromie is right and there's a poisoned DNS somewhere.
. . . j o n a t h a n

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Sent: Friday, June 02, 2006 1:33 PM
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Subject: Re: [WISPA] Is this legit email from eBay or a phishing scam?


All of ebay lives in  66.135.192.0/19 or 66.135.192.0 - 66.135.223.255 
as per there
whois info. ebaymainstreet lives at 161.58.14.93  :BIG RED FLAG:

Jeromie



David E. Smith wrote:

>Jonathan Schmidt wrote:
>  
>
>>EBAYMAINSTREET.COM is registered to ebay, inc.
>>If you don't have a WHOIS, go to Networksolutions.com and check WHOIS
>>either the IP address or domain.
>>    
>>
>
>Only a really dumb scammer (but I repeat myself...) would use his home
>address instead of putting in eBay's address, which is easy enough to get.
>
>(On paper, all domains are supposed to have accurate and current contact
>information listed in their registrar's WHOIS data. In practice, this
>rule is very rarely enforced.)
>
>Actually, the WHOIS data made me do a few double-takes. Note that
>ebaymainstreet.com doesn't use the same DNS servers as, say, ebay.com.
>
>David Smith
>MVN.net
>  
>

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