I received this e-mail yesterday:click hereThere is nothing in my Paypal account about it. I haven't to my knowledge bought or done anything to do with this.Scam?Thanks for any advice.
If not - ignore it.
Cannot quite read the note, due to smallness of print. What I can make out is the USD monetary value. It's a scam, unless you trade and live in America perhaps.Get that type of thing on a weekly basis, bin it.
oops, the print is rather small - I always have that problem - is there any way to make it bigger in Photobucket?I'm not sure what my Paypal handle is, but it is addressed to my Paypal email address correctly.I am in the UK . . but payments to the US would be in USD anyway, so how does that make it a scam necessarily. I've certainly paid for stuff in USD before.
Your e-mail address is easy. Just one of many sent.Only you and Paypal know to collate your Handle with that address. Without that correlation it has to be a Scam.
If your worried about why not contact paypal through email or telephone ? I'm sure they'll be happy to help !!geo g
Submit it to paypal ; click here
Hover your mouse cursor over the link, I bet it doesn't point to PayPal ;-)
You haven't joined Astalavista recently have you? It might be worth checking your paypal account to see if this has been deducted. Astalavista is a site I visit and it is kosher.G
No I haven't Gandalf as far as I know.
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