Spam Paypal???

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Spam Paypal???

carlos1981

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Hiya all,

Anyone tell me if this is genuine, gmail doesn't think so, so i'm a bit wary....
The red is from gmail as a warning.

I had alot of probs trying to setup my paypal in the first place, so thats why i check everything i'm not too sure on now...

Just wanna check really...

Any help'd be great... Much rather be slated for being a panic than get scammed..

Cheers,

Carl.
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Stu DemonD

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Ignore it....

If you want to verify your account, log in normally and not via any links they give you in the email - if you hover your mouse over these links, they normally give a different, spoof site, phishing for your details.
 

Si

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Stuart DemonD said:
Ignore it....

If you want to verify your account, log in normally and not via any links they give you in the email - if you hover your mouse over these links, they normally give a different, spoof site, phishing for your details.

:yeahthat:

Plus I'm pretty sure if you have registered paypal in the UK, they come from .co.uk rather than .com and the US.
 
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