This time I would like to give you a warning about common scams and scammers
usually pretending to represent a bank, eBay. Amazon etc.
If you take a quick look at the mail below, it seems a legitimate communication from PayPal, including their logo,
informing me that I need to confirm my account details by clicking on the link they indicate
to "start the verification process here".
However, this link does not take you to PayPal but leads you to a well-disguised landing page
on the scammer's website where you will be asked to leave him
your user name and password "for verification purposes"
which he will use to access, and probably empty, your PayPal account.
Here is a similar scam disguised as the British bank Natwest : __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
The following will assist you to log back on to the service.
Your Customer Number starts with your date of birth, followed by up to 4 digits, given to you when you enrolled for Online Banking or Telephone Banking.
PIN and/or password
Your PIN is the four-digit number chosen by you when you registered for Online Banking or Telephone Banking. It may be a different number from the PIN (Personal Identification Number) that you use at cash machines or ATMs. Your password is the one you chose when you registered for Online Banking or Telephone Banking. It has between six and twenty characters, and may contain both letters and numbers.
You will be able to regain access to the service immediately.