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E-mail notice from PayPal a fraud?

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E-mail notice from PayPal a fraud?

I just got the following e-mail from "PayPal". How can I tell if it is really from you?







Dear Member,
We recently received notice from your credit card company that you filed a chargeback stating that you did not authorize the transaction shown below.
We have taken steps to ensure that your PayPal account has not been compromised and to protect your funds. One of the steps we have taken is to limit access to your PayPal account.
Please review the details of this transaction plus what steps you need to do next to help us resolve this chargeback and ensure that your account has not been compromised.
Details of Dispute Transaction
Seller's Name: Audio Technica ATW-252 Wireless
Seller's Email:
Transaction Date: Feb 22, 2010
Your Transaction ID: 8T873644RD514764J
Seller's Transaction ID: 5B134425NC5963337
Transaction Amount: -$1252.00 USDCase #: PP-332-846-721
What to Do Next
This allows us to confirm your identity and verify that you own the credit card associated with this transaction.
Chargeback Department
Please do not reply to this email. This mailbox is not monitored and
you will not receive a response. For assistance, log in to your PayPal
account and click the Help link located in the top right corner of any page. If
your inquiry is regarding a claim, log in to your PayPal account and go
to the Resolution Center.
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Re: E-mail notice from PayPal a fraud?

You can login to your PayPal account and check disputes on your right.

If you really have a dispute then there will be notification in your paypal account as well.


Hopefully it helps.