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You Have Sent a Payment of USD From Your Account Cancellation Scam

The fake "You Have Sent a Payment of USD From Your Account" email below is a scam. The fake email, which claims money was sent from the recipient's PayPal account and they need to call telephone number +1(971) 288-0787 in order to cancel, is being sent by cybercriminals. Therefore, recipients are asked not to call the fake PayPal telephone number.

You Have Sent a Payment of USD From Your Account Cancellation Scam
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A "You Have Sent a Payment of USD From Your Account Cancellation" Scam

From: brock jordon - brockjordon4@gmail.com

To: undisclosed-recipients:;

Date: 10/30/2020 4:06 AM

Subject: If you want to cancel This payment

Dear Customer,

Order Confirmation(Ref-MLNJ451A54)

Transaction ID: THBFF44518.

You have sent a payment of $ 754.99 USD From Your Paypal Account If you want to cancel This payment Or Approve This Payment Kindly Call us on- +1(971) 288-0787

As a security measure, we routinely monitor account activity to prevent fraudulent use of our customers accounts.

We noticed some unusual activity on your Paypal account and are concerned about potential unauthorized access.

Your Paypal account is being charged with $ 754.99 USD We Want to Confirm That this Purchase Is made By You Or Not

And If you want to cancel This payment Or Approve This Payment Kindly Call us on- +1(971) 288-0787 with your account until you take action.

Your Paypal account is being charged with $ 754.99 USD We Want to Confirm That this Purchase Is made By You Or Not

And If you want to cancel This payment Or Approve This Payment Kindly Call us on- +1(971) 288-0787

What's going on?

We noticed some unusual activity on your PayPal account and are concerned about potential unauthorized account access.

What do I need to do?

If you need help or have any questions, call us at- +1(971) 288-0787

Sincerely,

PayPal

Toll Free- +1(971) 288-0787 U.S. (corporate headquarters)

Address- 455 California, Omaha,U.94102,

If you are tricked into submitting your PayPal credentials and credit card information, please change your PayPal password and contact PayPal for help immediately.

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You Have Sent a Payment of USD From Your Account Cancellation Scam