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Community Chat 5/23

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Community Chat 5/23

Hey everybody!

 

Join the PayPal Community Forums moderation team in our weekly Community Chat on Wednesday, May 23rd, from 4 to 5 PM CDT (2-3 PM PDT). 

 

Our moderator staff will be here to answer your questions regarding PayPal - or just to get to know you. This thread will remain locked until the chat is open, so if you have a question you'd like to see answered by the community before then, please feel free to post a topic by clicking on "Post a Topic" and selecting the appropriate board.  As always, PayPal customer service can be reached by clicking on "Contact Us" and selecting help via phone or email.

 

See you then!

 

Adrian

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Re: Community Chat 5/23

This week's Community Chat is now open and unlocked! 

 

Our moderator staff will be available for the next hour to answer your questions about PayPal, get to know you, or just have idle conversation.  We do ask that posts follow the PayPal Community Help Forum Policy and the Forum Guidelines.

 

Once the session is over, this thread will be locked again, but you will be able to view the content in the forums.  This chat is a regular feature every Wednesday from 4-5 PM CDT, so if you missed us this week, please feel free to stop by in the future! We want to get to know you!

 

There's some great stargazing weather ahead! Do you have a favorite constellation or other celestial object? Why is it your favorite? 

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Re: Community Chat 5/23

Hello community forum members of the PayPal Community Help Forum forum,

 

My favorite astronomical object is V838 Monocerotis

 

 

- Frank

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Re: Community Chat 5/23

I have just received an email saying I have made a paypal payment of $713.26 US and I have not done this.  Is there a number I can call to sort this out?   Thanks, mylar

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Re: Community Chat 5/23

Hi mylar,

 

I will have a reply posted for you in a couple of minutes. Please feel free to answer our icebreaker while you wait. Smiley Happy

 

There's some great stargazing weather ahead! Do you have a favorite constellation or other celestial object? Why is it your favorite? 

 

Olivia

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Re: Community Chat 5/23

Hi mylar,

 

Welcome to the Community!

 

The email you received may be genuine, or it may be a fake. Adrian wrote a great post that details how to tell the difference.

 

If it's genuine, it could be a result of unauthorized access to your account. Never fear! PayPal covers loss from unauthorized transactions 100%!

 

If it's fake, it's an attempt by a fraudster to trick you into divulging information that they can later use. Don't click on any links in the email, as they will probably lead to a fake site. The fake site might have info-gathering questions, or it might have malware to download. You obviously want to avoid either!

 

The most likely scenario is that it's fake. The best way to tell is to open up a fresh browser and log into PayPal.com without clicking any links to get there. View your transaction history. If there is no transaction there, then the email was a fake.

 

Please let us know what you find. We'd be very happy to help with the next steps! Smiley Happy

 

Olivia

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Re: Community Chat 5/23

Hi everyone!

 

I've always lived in large or at least moderately-sized city, so only the brightest constellations have been able to be relied upon. For that reason, I have a special place in my heart for Orion, because he's so easy to spot.

 

Olivia

 

 

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I've always lived in large or at least moderately-sized city, so stars only the brightest constellations have been able to be relied upon. For that reason, I have a special place in my heart for Orion, because he's so easy to spot.

 


That's unfortunate Smiley Indifferent If you ever get the chance, travel out to the country, quite a ways from any large cities, and stare up into the night sky.  Being able to see the Milky Way is a tremendous experience, and it's the type of night sky I grew up under.  Imagine watching the Leonid meteor shower in that type of environment.

 

Frank - that's an awesome picture. Taken by the Hubble, the article says.  There have been some great pictures come out of that.

 

Adrian

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Re: Community Chat 5/23


PayPal_Adrian wrote:

Frank - that's an awesome picture. Taken by the Hubble, the article says.  There have been some great pictures come out of that.

 

Adrian


 Yeah, hubble has been a huge success.  The James Webb Space Telescope is going to be even better. Smiley Happy

 

 

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@PayPal_Frank wrote:

 Yeah, hubble has been a huge success.  The James Webb Space Telescope is going to be even better. Smiley Happy

 


I thought that one was very interesting.  What piqued my curiousity recently was the Square Kilometre Array.  The data output alone is, well, monstrous, to say the least.

 

Adrian

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