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10 Tips to protect your PayPal account

Currently, PayPal has become the number 1 choice for online transactions in various parts of the world. PayPal can be used to receive payment or received the money. However, as many users and growing popularity of PayPal has made some people want to look for opportunities to enter the PayPal others for their own purposes. Of course this is hurting us as users, because in the accounts of our financial information such as there are credit cards or bank.

"Crime happens not because the intention of the perpetrators, but also because there is a chance. Beware beware .. "so said the inmates bang:) crime can happen anywhere, as well as PayPal. No system is perfect and do not trust 100% in a single system. There is no one perfect system with no defects.

Here are some tips to protect your PayPal account. I can not guarantee 100% that PayPal you will be safe. But at least there are preventative measures for our PayPal secure from the parties who are not responsible.

Here are tips Protect Your PayPal Account:

* Make sure each time you access your PayPal accountChange your PayPal password regularly, eg every 1 month. Be careful to avoid using easily guessed passwords, such as date of birth, first name, and so forth.

* Each received an email from PayPal, check first and make sure the sender header link to www.paypal.com

* Make sure you update your antivirus software, anti spyware, etc. to avoid keyloggers, spyware and other malicious programs.

* Do not access PayPal from the cafe, because it is probable that your account is affected by limited access. PayPal is very tight to the problem of IP address, normally a cafe using 1 IP address used by many users simultaneously.

* PayPal never send an email to ask for passwords or other personal information. When you receive an email from PayPal, make sure you check the email headers, to see the original source of the email.

* Emails from PayPal there is always a first name and last name or business name of your PayPal account. Fake emails often contain only Dear PayPal User or Dear PayPal Member.

* Email PayPal will never ask you to download an attachment or a software program. Attachments that come from fake emails often contain viruses.

* Often, fraudulent emails will request details such as full name, account passwords, credit card numbers, bank accounts, PIN numbers.

* If you feel you receive a fraudulent email (or fake website), please forward an email (or URL address) to spoof@paypal.com e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it and then delete the email from your mailbox. Do not ever hit a link in an email is suspicious.


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