The latest phishing scam is directed at PayPal users. The email looks pretty good when it arrives. The from address is email@example.com and the subject is PayPal Account Warning.
When you open the email you will find your typical scam warnings:
1: Grammar and spelling errors
2: It’s addressed to ‘client’
3: You may struggle to make out what they are trying to say
What to do if you get this email:
1: Don’t open the attachment
2: Don’t click on any links
3: Do NOT enable macro!
4: Finally, if you think that there is a reason you are getting this email, go to Paypal.com and log in to your account from that website to check on your account.
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