Scam Emails Archive : Generic

Subject: Unusual Activity Detected In Your Account

From: ""<>

This email with the subject "Unusual Activity Detected In Your Account" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Tue, 25 Sep 2007 11:23:07 -0700 and has been classified as a Generic Scam.

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

Resolution Center: Your account is limited.

Dear valued PayPal member,


To get started, please go directly to log in to your PayPal account and perform the steps necessary to restore your account access as soon as possible.

If you are the rightful holder of the account you must click the link below and then complete all steps from the following page as we try to verify your identity.


We recently noted one or more attempts to log in to your account from a foreign country. If you accessed your account while traveling, the attempt(s) may have been initiated by you.

 IP Address
September 22, 2007 14:21:34 PDT
September 22, 2007 12:32:56 PDT
United Kingdom
September 22, 2007 15:07:29 PDT
United States

Choosing to ignore this message will result in a temporary suspension of your account within 24 hours, until you will choose to solve this unpleasant situation.

Thank you for using PayPal!
The PayPal Team

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PayPal Email ID PP20101

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