Did you receive emails from PayPal that claim there are “suspicious activities” on your transaction/account? If you take a closer look, you can find that the word “PayPal” is intentionally misspelled as “PayPaI.” Be cautious of these phishing emails!
These spoofing emails pretend to be from PayPal officials although the information such as the company address enclosed may seem legitimate.
The bottons included in such emails are phishing links, which will lure you into sending your personal information or financial credentials to the scammers. They can use these data breached on identity thefts or any other scams afterward!
If it’s necessary, please go to PayPal website or app directly to confirm if the issues raised in the email are legitimate instead of clicking on the links provided in the emails. Or else, you can use Trend Micro Check for immediate scam detection: simply copy/paste the link and send it to Trend Micro Check chatbot!
Your PayPaI account has been temporarily restricted
Your PayPaI account has been limited. We have found suspicious activity on your last transaction.
At this time, you won’t be able to :
• Send Payment
• Withdraw Funds
Login to your PayPaI account and take the steps requested.
Log in to PayPaI
Other PayPal phishing emails:
We have noticed that some data from your account information seems inaccurate or unverified. You have to check your information in order to continue using our service smoothly, please check your account information by clicking the button below.
Verify My Information
It is important to make sure to fill the required form accurately within the following 24 hours to avoid account limitation.
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