Another fake Paypal notice. How do I know it’s a fake?
1) Look at the email address it claims to have come from. “email@example.com”. Read that carefully – it doesn’t say paypal.
2) If you click on the link in the body of the text it takes you to “http://mail.ime.co.th/paypal……..” NOT the address of the Paypal website.
NEVER click on a link in a Paypal email. ALWAYS enter the adress of the Paypal website directly into your browser. If there is a problem with your account you will see the notification then.
If you think you have accidentally given your Paypal information to a scammer – contact Paypal immediately.
Notification of Limited Account Access
As part of our security measures, we regularly screen activity in the PayPal system. We recently noticed the following issue on your account:
Unusual account activity has made it necessary to limit sensitive account features until additional verification information can be collected.
We have been notified that a card associated with your account has been reported as lost or stolen, or that there were additional problems with your card.
Case ID Number: PP-071-362-996
Please understand that this is a security measure intended to help protect you and your account. We apologize for any inconvenience.
If you choose to ignore our request, you leave us no choice but to temporary suspend your account.
PayPal Account Review Department.
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