Updated: June 03, 2023
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by Ivy Davis
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I have just received a email from PayPal claiming someone has tried to access my account

and from bitcoin for the value of 399.00 it was not me

Short summary:

  1. Open your email application or website.
  2. Locate the suspicious email from the scammer.
  3. Forward the email to phishing@paypal.com.
  4. Delete the original scam email from your inbox.

Hello, thank you for using Howly.
Can you send me the email address that sent you this email letter, please?

Customer Replay

No email address just paypal


Okay. Any chance to take a screenshot for me?

Customer Replay

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Could you scroll a bit upper for me, please? Just would like to double-check the sender name, but this email looks like total scam for me

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Top answer

Don't worry. You won't be charged with your PayPal account, *****. They are just terrible scammers.
I only ask you to forward this email to phishing@paypal.com.
PayPal will contact their email provider and would block them

Customer Replay

Sure thankyou

Thanks a lot, *****.
Have a great one!

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