I know I’ve said this before, but why do scammers think that ending their subject lines with an exclamation mark is a good thing to do? It immediately tells me the message is a scam before I’ve even read it.
Paypal NEVER ask you to reconfirm your details online and they NEVER address you as “valued PayPal Customer”. The link in that email doesn’t go to the PayPal website.
Ignore this email. If you think you have accidentally given your Paypal details to a scammer – change your paypal password and tell your bank IMMEDIATELY.
We need your help
Dear valued PayPaI® Customer,
We need your help resolving an issue with your account. To give us time to work together on this, we’ve temporarily limited what you can do with your account until the issue is resolved.
What’s the problem?
We noticed some unusual activity on the credit card linked to your PayPaI® account.
Case ID Number: PP-001-212-055-698
How you can help
It’s usually pretty easy to take care of things like this. Most of the time, we just need a little more information about your account.
To help us with this and to find out what you can and can’t do with your account until the issue is resolved, please proceed to our secure webform by clicking here.
Please do not reply to this email. This mailbox is not monitored and you will not receive a response.
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