PayPal users are at risk of getting their credentials stolen if they follow instructions given in a scam email.
“We have reason to believe that your account was accessed by a third party…. PayPal will verify it with your bank records for your own protection. If you provide a wrong PIN your account will be suspended or limited for unauthorized account access.”
” Please visit the Resolution Center and complete the steps to remove limitations.”
The phishing page is hosted on 220.127.116.11:
A quick look at the address bar should raise some eyebrows: it’s never a good sign when it starts with an IP address.