PayPal Resolution Centre Scam Text: How It Works
Beware of a PayPal Resolution Centre Scam text message. It could come from 07747330240 with a link to a suspicious resolution centre, but rest assured the phone number could be different every time. You can report in the comment section the content of your message if you received one.
It could also come to your inbox via email – here is a screenshot below.
The fake PayPal text says there was an issue with your account, so it encourages you to sign in. Do not do it. It is just a regular phishing scheme that is built to steals account credentials. If you received this PayPal scam ext maybe it’s a good idea to change your PayPal password and check your account for any potential charges. If you find any, report it to PayPal admin. See below how.
PayPal Resolution Centre: How To Report
Let your family and online friends know about the PayPal Resolution Centre Scam text by sharing this article on your social media platforms. You can officially report crooks and other suspicious activities to PayPal and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) using the links below:
How To Protect Yourself
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Last but not least, feel free to use the comments section below to expose other PayPal scammers.
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