What do you need to know about PayPal customer service?

What do you need to know about PayPal customer service?

It may be either the Customer Service PIN or a Web PIN you are being asked for. The Customer Service PIN is a six digit number that you can create from your ‘Profile’ page. This code is used to securely identify you when you call PayPal Customer Services.

Who is the company that provides PayPal in Australia?

The PayPal service is provided by PayPal Australia Pty Limited (ABN 93 111 195 389) which holds Australian Financial Services Licence number 304962.

Can a fraudster fake a PayPal Email address?

Fraudsters can easily fake the “friendly name” in the sender’s email address. For example, an email can appear to be from “PayPal Services,” but actually be from [email protected] Some email clients make it hard to see the real name.

How can I tell if I’m on the correct PayPal site?

First, the easiest way to determine if you’re on the correct PayPal website is to check the web address in the URL address bar: Note that the web address reads “security-paypal-center.com”. This is not a real PayPal address. The official PayPal address is “paypal.com”. Any other version is likely a scam.

How to check service @ intl.paypal.com?

[email protected] 1 Check the greeting. We always address you by your first and last name, or the business name on your PayPal account 2 See if the email asks for personal information. A PayPal email will never ask you for any of the following: 3 Bank account numbers

Is the PayPal Email address a genuine one?

Jul-08-2010 07:22 AM The email address that you have received a number of emails recently from is a genuine PayPal email address. If you are unsure if the email was sent by PayPal or not, the best thing for you to do is go directly to the PayPal website and access your account directly.

How is PayPal credited to the buyer’s account?

This PayPal® payment of 3,600.00RM has been deducted from the buyer’s account and has been “APPROVED” but will not be credited to your account until the shipment reference/tracking number is sent to us for verification.

Fraudsters can easily fake the “friendly name” in the sender’s email address. For example, an email can appear to be from “PayPal Services,” but actually be from [email protected] Some email clients make it hard to see the real name.