I've been getting some hypersophistcated phishing spam, lately... yesterday, one from (an ersatz version of) PayPal that is really convincing, except for this one detail.
This was the header to the e-mail (cut-and-paste, verbatum)
Your payment for Farm Ville at facebook.com was recived.
Beside the facts that I don't have a Facebook account, nor have I never heard of Farm Ville (my kid, has) this e-mail stinks of poorly educated Millenial. They can't even spam without making spelling errors.
BTW, I don't "do" PayPay, either. I opened the link in a much more secure system than mine and all that they asked of me is to update my credit card info., number, expiry date, full name, address, name of my first born, what I voted in the last election, my shoe size, my IQ (117! ... just like Johnny's!).
The graphics were good, slick and professional. Too bad the geek can't spell.