PayPal Invoice Scams and Subscription Auto-renewal

PayPal Invoice Scams and Subscription Auto-renewal

The PayPal invoice scams below are just a few of the thousands being sent by scammers to potential victims. Therefore, PayPal users who have received email invoices are asked not to click the links or call the telephone numbers in them. They should instead, go directly to, sign in to their accounts and view the invoices from there, if there are any.

The PayPal Invoice Scams

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PayPal Invoice Scams and Subscription Auto-renewal