I also got this kind of email. "Updated agreement, click to read". No email I've verified come from PayPal, uses this domain, and every single link in the mail contains a long code. It also includes a 0-by-0 pixel image sourcing the site with this code (a typical "read verification" technique often used by spammers to verify that an address exist and is used). The email uses a PayPal loga sourced from an epsilon.com sub domain. Q: Does paypal control the site paypal-communication.com? If the email is really from paypal, they should use less suspicious/tracking techniques, and definitely let all links go to a paypal.com sub domain (may I suggest the domain name epl.communication.paypal.com? That would make me feel more confident).
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