This is yet another of those threads, but I just wanted to bring awareness to you guys and remind you to be extra careful when you receive emails from your bank or paypal or whichever payment mechanism you use. So usually I am tech savvy and I always check the redirect urls for those kinds of emails but the thing is I had a long night and I am just waking up, having a coffee and checking my email. Because I am to confirm my bank account with paypal, they send me emails on regular basis. I receive phishing on regular basis as well and I am used to it but this one was crafted pretty darn well. https://gyazo.com/4ff647259b2f743294fc0a4a1bf61b12 <-- img link For whatever reason this time I didn't check neither the redirect on the button nor the url after I clicked the button. It asked me to login so I logged in, then it asked me for credit card details and I was like wtf I am calling paypal and then I looked at the url: https://gyazo.com/80ca8c35bd730529ea36646c2f340a5a <-- img link I was like damn they got me. They even have SSL on the phishing page, wtf!?!? Changed the pwd and everything is fine, atleast for now. TL;DR So guys and gals always make sure: To use your mobile data if you are on the way and you want to login to paypal. Never use any wifi network, even if its at your home. If you receive emails from bank,paypal, government etc. always check the url at the button. You can do this by hovering your mouse over and checking the lower left corner of the screen. Always check the url on the login page. If you are using smartphone use the paypal app. This is very important because some smartphones show the capital I as the non-capital L and I am constantly receiving emails from @paypaI.com â€‹ Stay safe, Peace.