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deb8z Avatar
6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
My sis has only just joined Ebay & Paypal,i always ordered stuff for her before,anyway i digress!

Earlier she had an email from Paypal asking to confirm details again,i'd already told her NOT to click on anything in an email.

She entered details but didn't confirm and did not proceed.

But is this likely to be dodgy,i'm not sure without seeing the emai or anything arghhhh
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6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
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#1
im sure if she didnt click through after filling her details then she should be fine, otherwise just get her to change her passwords etc asap
#2
Well yes it will be dodgy. Any reputable company will make you sign in to confirm any details. But if she didn't do anything she should be fine.
#3
owdo
so long as she didnt confirm then shes ok,lots of superb scammers doin paypal scam,always log into paypal to vheck for messages and do not reply to emails sent out to you
#4
i'd still change the password right now, just in case.
#5
How do you change the password,i can't find where to do it in Paypal?
#6
It's so annoying because i told her not to click on anything in an email,thankfully she had the sense in the end NOT to confirm!
#7
deb8z
It's so annoying because i told her not to click on anything in an email,thankfully she had the sense in the end NOT to confirm!


just click on profile and passwords is in there
#8
You go into my account and click on profile and there is a set of options that includes passoword (under account information).
#9
1.Log in to your PayPal account at [url]www.paypal.co.uk[/url]
2.Click 'Profile' at the top of the page
3.Click the 'Password' link under the 'Account Information' column
4.Select either 'Password' or 'Security Questions'
5.Click 'Edit'
6.You may be asked to confirm ownership of the account by answering questions based on your account information – if requested, supply the information then click 'Submit'
7.Enter your current password in the 'Current Password' box.
To change your password: Enter and re-enter your new password
To change your security questions: Select two new security questions and enter the answers
8.Click 'Save'
#10
Thanks,i went in a blind panic and couldn't find it lol have visions of someone getting her bank details and her blaming me,i've got her to do it over the phone now!
#11
Although now i've seen the email for myself i thought they don't address you personally if it's a dodgy email,this one has her full name and address on it:?

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