The email scam, with images released by charity Action Fraud, tells users that "unusual activity" has taken place on their account, and asks them to log in.
Logging in, however, gives scammers the chance to access Pay Pal accounts, including addresses and credit card details. Here is the login page that will steal your account details!
Pay Pal have since warnings to those who may receive the emails, to look out for spelling mistakes and non-personal emails, as these are a sign of fakes.
A spokesperson at: At Pay Pal we go to great lengths to protect our customers in the UK, but there are still a few, simple precautions we should all take to avoids scams.
But what are the roads and rail network looking like? 7.20am Weather: It will be another dry, sunny and very warm day.