Because PayPal (along with Ebay) have facilitated so many home based buiness enterprises, issues of Pay Pal security are very important in the work at home business field.
Most PayPal “phishing” ploys are easy to spot.
“Your account has been limited” – yeah, like you thought I had $10 million there?
“Please update your account” – duh, this is only the 20th email today demanding that I do that.
This Pay Pal phishing letter comes infrequently enough for me to wonder… “Is this true?”
It’s the headline…
A New Email Address Has Been Added To Your Pay Pal Account
So whenever I get this email, I pause to wonder… at least for now.
I do suggest that you pay attention to this email.
BUT DO IT THIS WAY…
Open a new browser window and log into Pay Pal by typing in the address yourself. Do NOT open the email.
Then check to see if this is true.
It never has been unless I added an email myself.
But it pays to be cautious.