If you receive a message from Paypal, and the sender is support@paypal.com do not follow the link in your e-mail. It looks legitimate enough but it is a scam. Sign in to www.paypal.com and you can forward the fraudulent message to spoof@paypal.com. If you sign into your Paypal account you can read the message “Protect yourself from fraudulent emails” and this will detail what messages are fraudulent.

Watch yourself because the fake e-mail collects your Paypal information and gives you a virus.

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