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On my e-mail this morning I had a message from PayPal (accounts @intldl.payee.com saying they had action on my account that was unusual & had stopped it. To my knowledge I have NO Account with you! & no orders. The reference was PP252-173-994. What is going on?? Linda Lyle

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This is spam email.

People try to do this to get your paypal information (if you have any)

Luckily for you, you do not have any paypal information and are immune to such annoyances.

I would mark it as spam.

and remember, be careful who you give your email address and personal information out to.

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