Wednesday, 28 January 2015

Log in to PayPal to resolve a limitation on your account

Log in to PayPal to resolve a limitation on your account phishing emails are arriving.

Headers:
From: "PayPal" {dequeue@sbcglobal.net}
Subject: Recently, there's been activity in your account that seems unusual compared to your normal account activities.
Subject: Update Your Information
Subject: Log in to PayPal to resolve a limitation on your account

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Account Status Update
Update account information
Response required
Upon receipt
Log in to PayPal to resolve a limitation on your account
Dear Client,

Recently, there's been activity in your account that seems uncommon compared to your normal account activities. Please log in to confirm your identity and update your account Personal details.

To help protect your account, no one can send money or withdraw money. In addition, no one can close your account, send refunds, remove any bank accounts, or remove credit cards.

What's going on?
We're concerned that someone is using your account without your knowledge. Recent activity on your account seems to have occurred from a suspicious location or under circumstances that may be different than usual.

What do I do?
Log in to your account as soon as possible. We may ask you to confirm information you provided when you created your account to make sure that you're the account holder.
update your information

What's next?
Once you've completed all the tasks, we'll remove all restrictions immediately.
forgot password

The Fake Paypal link:
http://icoi.org.ve/mapsoqr

Once you arrive at the fake site, you are asked to log in:



Cheers,

Steve
Sanesecurity.com

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