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  • 1. PayPal platform not compromisedTHE PayPal platform has not been hacked into or compromised ("More PayPal users fall victim tohackers"; May 24). Protecting our customers account information is our No. 1 priority.While it is unfortunate that, in isolated cases, PayPal customers can fall victim to phishing, allcustomers are totally covered against unauthorised transactions under our user agreement. If adispute is raised with PayPal within 60 days of the unauthorised transaction, customers will berefunded the full amount of every eligible unauthorised transaction.Should PayPal customers detect any unauthorised transactions on their accounts, they are stronglyrecommended to contact us through our direct customer helpline or file a dispute with the PayPalResolution Centre in their PayPal accounts, so that the issue will be resolved as soon as possible.PayPal invests in a wide range of tools to mitigate constantly evolving online fraud threats. Theseinclude data encryption, anti-fraud risk models, Card Security Code verification, and a team of morethan 2,000 anti-fraud specialists who actively track and monitor our internal systems for unusualactivity. Also, we work very closely with law enforcement and industry organisations dedicated tofighting spoof and identity theft, such as the Fast Identity Online Alliance, to revolutionise onlineauthentication for Internet users in Singapore and across the world.We also encourage our customers to exercise vigilance online and be aware of identity theft,phishing and spoofing, which can result in unauthorised account access. Examples of these includecyber-criminals impersonating well-known companies through fraudulent e-mail messages andwebsites, and tricking users into giving sensitive personal information such as account names,passwords, credit card numbers and bank account details.To reduce vulnerability to such online threats, we advocate safer e-mail and password practices forall Internet users.Users should avoid clicking on e-mail links or providing personal or financial information in responseto e-mail messages, and be extremely cautious about e-mail attachments if there is no positivesender identification. Users should also use strong passwords that include a combination of upper-and lower-case letters and numbers, and avoid sharing the same password across multiple e-commerce websites.Client : PayPal Country : SingaporePublication : The Straits Times Section : ForumDate : 1 June 2013 Page : -Topic : PayPal platform not compromisedCirculation : 219, 960
  • 2. As an online company with a vision to enable secure commerce any time and anywhere, we arecommitted to maintaining a safer e-commerce environment for everyone.Lawrence ChanVice-President of Asia Pacific Merchant ServicesGeneral Manager of Southeast Asia and India

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