Scam Emails Archive : Generic

Subject: Notification of Limited Account Access

From: "" <>

This email with the subject "Notification of Limited Account Access" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Thu, 06 Jul 2006 04:30:22 -0700 and has been classified as a Generic Scam.

The sender was "" <>, although it may have been spoofed.

Notification of Limited Account Access
Dear PayPal Valued Costumer,

PayPal is committed to maintaining a safe environment for its community of buyers and sellers. To protect the security of your account, PayPal employs some of the most advanced security systems in the world and our anti-fraud teams regularly screen the PayPal system for unusual activity.

We are contacting you to remind you that on July 05, 2006 our Account Review Team identified some unusual activity in your account. In accordance with PayPal's User Agreement and to ensure that your account has not been compromised, access to your account was limited. Your account access will remain limited until this issue has been resolved.

In order to secure your account and quickly restore full access, we may require you to verify or update your Personal Information.
If you choose to ignore our request, you leave us no choice but to temporary suspend your account.

Click here to login and restore your account access

Case ID Number: PP-049-681-317
This is a final reminder to log in to PayPal as soon as possible.

Thank you for your prompt attention to this matter. Please understand that this is a security measure meant to help protect you and your account.
We apologize for any inconvenience.

PayPal Account Review Department
PayPal Email ID PP773

Please do not reply to this e-mail. Mail sent to this address cannot be answered. For assistance, log in to your PayPal account and choose the "Help" link in the footer of any page.

PayPal Email ID PP773

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