Paypal: Unusual activity suspended your account. For your safety confirm your identity here: [link]
We’re here to tell you, very simply, not to follow links that are in messages like these, and to instead confirm their legitimacy by navigating to the website directly in a new browser.
Let’s explore why.
While you certainly don’t want to fall for a phishing scheme, you also want to make sure that there isn’t actually a problem with your PayPal account.
So what should you do?
Simple—instead of using the provided link to go to the supposed website, you should open a new browser window and manually go to the website and check your account status from there. Whether it's your bank, a retailer, any online domain you have an account with, go directly to the site. Refraining from using the provided link will help keep you from being phished.
For the tools, protective measures, and strategies that will help keep your business and its data safe, reach out to us! Our team of professionals is here to help. Give us a call at 631-905-9617 to learn more.
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Suffolk Computer Consultants has been serving the Speonk area since 2013, providing IT Support such as technical helpdesk support, computer support, and consulting to small and medium-sized businesses.
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