It seems PayPal need my help. Or do they?
ALL real emails from Paypal include your full, registered name. This one doesn’t even try to use my name.
If you click on the link it takes you to https://www.int-webservices.com/webapps/3b4cc/websrc
That definitely isn’t the PayPal website address. Once there, of course, they want your username and password. My friend Roger Rabbit was happy to oblige.
He was then given a fake reason why his account had been limited, only to find (surprise, surprise) that the scammers wanted his full account details and credit card details.
If you think you have accidentally given your credit card details to these scammers, log in to your Paypal account and change your password and contact you bank immediately.
We need your help
We emailed you a little while ago to ask for your help resolving an issue with your PayPal account. Your account is still temporarily limited because we haven’t heard from you.
We understand it may be frustrating not to have full access to your PayPal account. We want to work with you to get your account back to normal as quickly as possible.
What’s the problem?
We noticed some unusual account activity recently and we were concerned about unauthorized access to your PayPal account. For your protection, access to certain account features will be limited.
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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 or latest transactions.
To help us with this and to see what you can and can’t do with your account until the issue is resolved, log in to your account and go to the Resolution Center.
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