Scam Emails Archive : Generic

Subject: Notification of Limited Account Access (Routing Code: F780-L9281-Q571-4918)

From: "PayPal Security Service" <>

This email with the subject "Notification of Limited Account Access (Routing Code: F780-L9281-Q571-4918)" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Sun, 11 Feb 2007 17:19:47 -0800 and has been classified as a Generic Scam.

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


Security Center Advisory!

PayPal is constantly working to ensure security by regularly screening the accounts in our system. We recently reviewed your account, and we need more information to help us provide you with secure service. Until we can collect this information, your access to sensitive account features will be limited or terminated. We would like to restore your access as soon as possible, and we apologize for the inconvenience.

Why is my account access limited?

Your account access has been limited for the following reason(s):

We have reason to believe that your account was accessed by a third party. Because protecting the security of your account is our primary concern, we have limited access to sensitive PayPal account features. We understand that this may be an inconvenience but please understand that this temporary limitation is for your protection.

Click here to Remove Limitations

Completing all of the checklist items will automatically restore your account access.

Thank you for using PayPal! The PayPal Team

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