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Log in to PayPal to resolve a limitation on your account Recently, there's been activity in your PayPal account that seems unusual compared to your normal account activities. Please log in to PayPal to confirm your identity and update security questions. To help protect your account, no one can send money or withdraw money. In addition, no one can close your account, send refunds, remove any bank accounts, or remove credit cards.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Email asking for account details
This is 100% scam and we should aware of this type of emails. Usually they include links like "click here to verify your account" etc.. and in most cases, this email isn't text format but image format where they insert hyperlink and as soon as click on the area of the mail, you'll be directed to another phishing site with the similar website like paypal (only the appearance,) if so open it, but don't enter any information and check the web address on the address bar, you'll see something like http://wwww.paypal.com (4 w's) or www1.paypal.com (3w's with 1), etc..
Just ignore it and forward or send this email to paypal directly to their Scam Alert email email@example.com
This has been circulating for some time now, so we need to be aware of this, they can easily copy your paypal's password and username/email address as soon as you attempt to login. There more with this, at your first attempt, you'll get an error message that your username or password is incorrect, at that time they've already captured your login account info and have been directed to the original paypal website. If you don't believe, use wrong/random email address and password, click login and see what happens.
This is What We Call Phishing.
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Posted on Jul 14, 2010
Do not click on the link. This looks like a spam message. NEVER EVER click on a link a public company sends you that looks like this. 98% of the time it isn't legit. Go to the site yourself and login. If you can login fine from the site everything is alright. This most likely was an attempt to phish your information.
Posted on Apr 28, 2011
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