Beware. I have had two emails now from "email@example.com". Their emails look, read and appear almost exactly as the legitimate paypal receipts received through email, but they are not legit. The emails say that it's your receipt for a purchase. When you realize you did not authorize the purchase, you'll immediately want to click on the "Dispute Resolution" link that is in the email. THIS IS A PHISHING SCAM. DO NOT CLICK ON THE LINK! That's were these losers try to gather your information. INSTEAD, forward the email to firstname.lastname@example.org, then delete the original email. I have attached a copy of one of the fraudulent emails that I have received so that you'll have an idea of it's appearance. Just for your own personal knowledge, Paypal will never send you an email addressed Dear Paypal member, etc. They always address it to your name that you set your account as. I realize that this really isn't Pampered Chef related, but we are family and we look out for each other. I hope you don't mind. PS: I was not fooled and was not a victim, in case you're curious. My boyfriend works with a guy that did fall for it and almost a month and a half later, got his $1000 back. Had John not told me about this, I too might have been tempted to click the link and go from there. It's frightening!