Payroll Reports Identity Issue #PP-XXX-XXX-XXX-142 Scam
We are writing you this email in regards to your PayPal account. In accordance with our "Terms and Conditions", article 3.2., we would like to kindly ask you to confirm your identity by completing the attached form.
Please print this form and fill in the requested information. Once you have filled out all the information on the form please send it to email@example.com along with a personal identification document (identity card, driving license or international passport) and a proof of address submitted with our system ( bank account statement or utility bill )
Your case ID for this reason is PPR-09NTR5I4HTR7P2QRMMT4PK
For your protection, we might limit your account access. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
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PayPal Email ID P09NTR5I4HTR7P2QRMMT4PK
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