This Email with the Subject "Please Update Your Account Information" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Mon, 20 Feb 2006 16:33:17 -0800 and has been classified as a Generic Scam Email. The sender shows as "Paypal Team" <Support@paypal.com>, although that address was probably spoofed. We recommend that you do not attempt to contact any persons or organizations referenced in this email, or follow any URLs as you may expose yourself to scammers and, at the very least, you will be added to their email address lists for spam purposes.
Dear PayPal Member,
Please update your records within 72 hours our Account Review Team identified some unusual activity in your account, one or more attempts to log in to your PayPal account form a foreign IP address.
In accordance with PayPal's User Agreement and to ensure that your account has not been compromised, access to yor account was limited. Your account access will remain limited until this issue has been resolved. To Secure your account and quickly restore full access, we may require some additional information from you.
To securely confirm
your PayPal information please go directly to https://www.paypal.com/
log in to your PayPal account and perform the steps necessary to restore
your account access as soon as possible or click on the link bellow:
You can also confirm your Billing Information by logging
into your PayPal
account at https://www.paypal.com/us/
Thank you for using PayPal!
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PayPal Email ID PP468
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