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That's what I thought, until I received a link towards epl.paypal-communication.com .
After some digging around, that domains is also registered by paypal, but it gave me quite the scare.
So it is legit? Really strange PayPal does this, as I only (tend to) trust 'paypal.com'.
I've just had one of these.
It looks suspicious due to the target URL but has my real name on it which is very unusual for a scam.
The site's SSL certificate is an Extended Validation one issued by DigiCert to "PayPal, Inc. [US]" which would suggest it is actually legitimate but the domain is registered to "Epsilon Data Management" (whereas paypal.co.uk and paypal.com are not) which is suspicious again!
I've sent a help email about it through my account and forwarded the email to firstname.lastname@example.org
I'll update this thread if I get a definitive response.
My complete experiences of trying to get PayPal's opinion on emails with links to epl.paypal-communication.com are summarised here in the following link. I hope it's OK to post it here.
I've given up!
Although we really appreciate you trying to warn our members to be careful, we can not post personal informattion here.
If you receive any of these emails in the future please do let us know. You can also send them to us to email@example.com.
It wouldnt seem so ?
But genuine ppal emails:
Always address u as Dear Full Name
Never ask u to click on links/downloads
Never ask for personal/sensitive info
Any suspicious ppal emails can be forwarded to firstname.lastname@example.org
sevice @ transfersdept.com is not a legitimate PayPal address.
I also dealt with it but decided to forward the supposed buyer transaction cheque to email@example.com.
They replied to me in an instant that it is a "Phishing" attempt - an identity theft.