email@example.com this case. I almost decided to delete this message as the tens of others similar sort of scam-fraud-etc. stuff, but after looking on the message text I got a thought that it could be a wrong decision. Let’s see, why I was thinking that way.
All we know (if you don’t, please read the text below and remember) that PayPal always:
– sends its emails from the domain
– sends them directly to your primary email registered at PayPal;
– starts email message from your full name;
– does not ask to input login information in any form;
– does not mask links in the message with URLs different from the URLs shown at the text.