Email Scam Examples: PayPal Account Suspended

This is a fraudulent email from a theme “PayPal Account Suspended“. Do not try to contact him by phone or email, you risk being cheated or robbed of her well-known tricks.


PayPal Support


date:Tue, Apr 14, 2015 at 12:39 AM

Your account has been suspended

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Now check the account informations that belongs to you!

Dear customer,

Thank you for signing up for PayPal. But we face a problem with a recent verification of the real owner of this account. And it may be caused by some incorrect informations that you gave us in the last update. And for that reason, you must follow the following steps:

1. Click on the Verify Your Account button below.

2. Verify your Informations to activate your account.

Verify Your Account

[one-third-first]iconImage_12Enter email and password[/one-third-first][one-third]iconImage_13Enter your personal informations[/one-third][one-third]iconImage_13Add or confirm a Credit Card[/one-third]

Account    Help   Fees   Security   Apps   Shop

[one-half-first]New customer
priority support[/one-half-first][one-half]You’re new to PayPal and we’re here to help if you have any problems. Click here to get your Customer Service passcode, then call


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Please do not reply to this email. We are unable to respond to inquiries sent to this address. For immediate answers to your questions, visit our Help Centre by clicking “Help” located on any PayPal page or email.

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PayPal Email Scam
PayPal Email Scam

It’s a scam. If it’s like what I received the other day, it’s also an extraordinarily well constructed scam, down to a perfect clone of the PayPal home page and a domain that’s really close to the domain. This isn’t some kid putting the scam together in his basement either, it’s very well done.

But you wouldn’t have to worry about it if you follow my basic rule of thumb: Never click on a link in an email message.



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