!!!!!!! Recently I bought a bag from a seller, but after two weeks I still hadnt received it, so I contacted the seller to ask what was going on and that I was going to make a claim with Paypal if I didnt have a reply soon. The seller emailed me, saying that I should file a dispute as their account had been stolen. So I filed a claim and just now I received an email from 'Paypal' saying that my account had been partially restricted due to the possibility of a third party being able to use my account. I thought it could be true as the person who stole the sellers account would have seen my details. The email said that I should click on the link to reactivate it. These emails looked exactly like paypal's ones!! But then I saw the email address was something like firstname.lastname@example.org and I was like I clicked on the link and it asked for my credit card details, my PIN and even my security code. I thought I would just check before I entered anything, so I closed the link and went to my account via paypal.com. instead of going through the email link, as that address wasnt paypal, even though the screen was the same! Anyway, on the real Paypal site my account was fine!! No restrictions! I quickly changed my paypal password and forwarded the fake email to paypal, who emailed back and said that this was a 'phishing' email and their security team would work to disable it. I am so thankful that I checked before giving any details. These theives could have had a spending spree on my card! I hope my experience will help anyone who receives similar emails in the future.