Beware Bloggers for Paypal Scammers  

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While I was dropping EC the other day I caught my attention about this posted entry from Technotrend. So I would like to share this to you just read the attachment below

I got an e-mail that looked very legitimate.
The e-mail says: Notification of Limited Account Access

Yes, it looks very legit. But be VERY CAREFUL! Check the e-mail address, its not from, but from

I fell for it, but luckily, my virus scanner was able to detect that is was a scam.

The email goes like this:

Dear PayPal Member,

As part of our efforts to provide a safe and secure environment for the online community, we regularly screen account activity. While reviewing your PayPal accounts, we observed activity that we would like to further verify. For this reason, limitations have been placed on your account until your will review your registered intormation. In order to resolve the account limitations, complete our online form by clicking on the following link:

Log into your PayPal account

After we have gathered the necessary information, your account will be reviewed for reinstatement and you will be notified by e-mail of our decision.

We thank you for your prompt attention to this matter and apologize for any inconvenience.

Account Review Department

© 2008 PayPal Inc. All rights reserved. PayPal is located at 2211 N. First St., San Jose, CA 95131.


If you receive any e-mail like this, VERIFY THE E-MAIL where it is coming from. E-mails from Paypal would normally have Not any other address. If you read this, please spread the word to help stop people from being scammed.

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