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Email To NonPayPal User

By David

The following email has appeared twice in my email account recently.  As far as I know, I’m not a PayPal Customer, and I’ve never used PayPal to my knowledge.  If they already had this information, they wouldn’t need it now.:

Dear PayPal Customer

This e-mail is the notification of recent innovations taken by PayPal to detect inactive customers and non-functioning mailboxes.

The inactive customers are subject to restriction and removal in the next 3 months.

Please confirm your email address and credit card information by logging in to your PayPal account using the form below:

Email Address:
Password:
Full Name:
Credit Card #:
Exp.Date(mm/yyyy):
ATM PIN (For Bank Verification) #:

This notification expires September 31, 2003

Thanks for using PayPal!

Posted: May 9, 2012 at 8:38 am


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One thought on “Email To NonPayPal User
  1. Gordon Bay on

    This is looks like a scam. Forward the email to spoof@paypal.com Paypal or anyother financial institution should never ask for your confidential information via email, especially if you have never opened an account with them. Guard your good name my friend.

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