My zipcode + 4 is incorrect, I have sent e-mails and talked to a person in customer service and no fix. If I try to correct it on line, it tells me the address is already in use and will not let me change it. Thank you firstname.lastname@example.org
I had to go to my local post office and speak to the general manager. I had no luck with the 800 number or the website. My mail was a mess. Give them a week to fix it and send your self something in the mail. If it's not fix go back until it is. Hope this helps.
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Contact the Customer Service Department of the service provider immediately.
Keep track of the day and time, and if you phone, get the name of the person you are talking to.
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ARE you KIDDING? GET YOUR INFORMATION OFF THIS FIXYA SITE now!!!. This is a Q&A site, NOT Customer Service! Jeeez woman, go back to the store and inquire.Why don't you give out your CC and bank account numbers while you are at it. My, my...
Recognize the signs of unauthorized access on your email account.
An obvious indicator is when email messages appear as having been read even though you haven't read them.
Also, if you check the "Sent Mail" and "Deleted Mail" folders, you may notice messages that have been emailed or deleted without your permission.
Another sign is if the secondary email account has been changed.
Check the "Sent Mail" folder for forwards from your email account.
The email address that receives the forwards is likely to be owned by your email hacker.
The same is true if the secondary email account has been changed.
The owner is probably the person who has unauthorized access to your email account.
Check the IP addresses of the activity on your email account.
If you are using Google's Gmail service, this is as simple as logging in and scrolling to the bottom of the page.
There it will indicate the time and the IP address of the last activity on your email account.
If you click on the activity monitor, you can find even more information about the person who accessed your email account.
(If you have another email provider, you will have to contact their support for this information.) The IP address indicates the location and identity of the person who has logged into your account.
In the sitaution where paypal request zipcodes in an outside location, the services can be achieved by registering the site to an overseas company with zipcode found familiar to carry the responsibilities to transactions on behalf of the foreign accunt holder.
Your account could have been hacked. The E-mail may have not been from pay-pal. Get ahold of a live person at pay-pal, verify who you are and have them fix it,Quick!
Call: 1-402-935-2050 (a U.S. telephone number)
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Please be careful with the situation, do not give credit card or bank details unless you are pretty sure. it can also be a fraudulent email trying to capture your bank details or when some one updating a wrong email address in their Pay pal account. Check this out:
1. Click on the link and check if it takes you really to the Paypal account page (verify this on the browser address bar)
Paypal site is pay.com.
if it is taking you to some other site, which might look like pay pal site, then its a Phshing mail, (fraud) trying to capture financial information.
Also check if the person specified in the mail who sent and see if you know him, check personally with that person if they had really sent you money.