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How do i find my PayPal account

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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You account is normally your email address with a password.

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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 spoof@paypal.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.


Good luck

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not need to confirm card.. you confirmed band account.. its okey....don't worry

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SOURCE: recently received an email saying: As part of our

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.

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I received an email from paypal stating that I authorized a payment to Juan Gross CT in the amount of 2500.00 I did not authorize! What is my next step?


Hello, Jacqueline -

You need to contact PayPal directly.

Go to PayPal.com and log into your PayPal account.

Once you are logged in, click on the Activity link near the top of the page to see what activity has gone on with your account.

Note: The email you received MAY really have been a phishing email and not an official one from PayPal. I hope you did not click on any links in the email message you received.

If any activitiy on your PayPal account is not activity you authorized, your PayPal account may have been hacked. Left click on the Help link near the top of the PayPal page. Find the link for Problems and left click on it. Move your computer cursor down to Report / resolve a problem and go from there.

Note: Be sure to log out of your PayPal account when done.

Dec 26, 2017 | PayPal Computers & Internet

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I want to cancel my PayPal account, please.


If you close your PayPal account, it can't be reopened. Any scheduled or incomplete transactions are canceled. You can't close your account if there are limitations, unresolved issues, or a balance. Also, if you have an email address on your account that you haven't confirmed, remove it from your account before you close it.
To close your account:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click the Profile icon next to "Log Out."
  3. Click Close your Account under "Account options."

Apr 20, 2015 | PayPal Computers & Internet

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I do not have an account yet I am getting emails from you


contact paypal direct--- go google type in paypal and find contact us and talk directly to them as what you have written amounts to a scam to get your account details
When paypal contact you they always use you first name and last name and never mention requests for account details as they already have them.

Mar 16, 2015 | PayPal Accounts

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IS MY PAYPAL ACCOUNT STILL ACTIVE?


Point your web browser at http://www.paypal.com then click the "Log In" button in the upper-right.

If you can log in then your account is still active.

Sep 08, 2014 | PayPal Accounts

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How do I cancel my account


Login to your account and then follow this link to cancel paypal

https://www.paypal.com/nl/cgi-bin/customerprofileweb?cmd=_close-account

Aug 23, 2014 | PayPal Accounts

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How do I speak to someone ref. my account limitation


This sounds like someone trying to get your password. Go to Google, type in PayPal and go there and change your password immediately! Do not wait. Don't trust links to your e-mail.

Aug 15, 2014 | PayPal Accounts

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Pay pal limited my account due to diffrent computer login


hmm i have used different computers from different ip address's . yet this has never happend to me . paypal are ebay can be very paranoid i guess your just gonna have to contact customer services and talk to them .im sure it will be resolved .... good luck

Mar 27, 2014 | PayPal Accounts

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Want my limit lifted so i can play zynga poker plz


Hello,

You can view your Limit on your Limits page.
  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click the View Limits link on the Account Overview page.
The remaining amount you can send is listed under the Sending Limit heading. To lift your limit, follow the instructions on the Sending Limit page.
To view and lift your sending limit:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click My Account at the top of the page.
  3. On the Overview page, click View limits next to your PayPal balance.
  4. Click Lift Limits.
  5. Decide how you want to lift your sending limits and follow the directions.
Regards,
G33k

May 26, 2011 | PayPal Accounts

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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 spoof@paypal.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.


Good luck

Thanks for using FixYa.

Jul 14, 2010 | PayPal Accounts

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