By The Prophet of Life
I opened my email one day and saw an email from Pay Pal.
On Saturday, January ##, #### #:## AM, PayPal Security
Dear Valued PayPal Customer,
Suspicious activities were caught by our security team that indicates
someone was trying to use your account without your permission.
When an account has been limited, PayPal often need some form of
verification from its customers to solve the problem.
To remove the limitation on your account, you will need to verify your
account. It would take #-## minutes to do this; the procedure is very
We have sent you a form through which you may download (see attachment).
We kindly ask that you provide some information in regards to your
As soon as our security team reviews the information that you provided,
the limitation will be lifted.
We thank you for your attention to this matter. If you still have
questions about account limitations, contact customer service by
clicking Contact at the bottom of any PayPal page.
PayPal Account Review Department
It looked suspicious to me. So I contacted Pay Pal. They Suggested I forward it to them at: Spoof@paypal.com I did so and then I deleted the email.
Within a half an hour I got this email from Pay Pal:
Thanks for forwarding that suspicious-looking email. You’re right – it
was a phishing attempt, and we’re working on stopping the fraud. By
reporting the problem, you’ve made a difference!
Identity thieves try to trick you into revealing your password or other
personal information through phishing emails and fake websites. To learn
more about online safety, click “Security Center” on any PayPal webpage.
Every email counts. When you forward suspicious-looking emails to
firstname.lastname@example.org, you help keep yourself and others safe from identity
Your account security is very important to us, so we appreciate your
Please, Learn from my experience.
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