If you click on any of the tabs on this bogus PayPal page
you will be taken to legitimate sections of the PayPal site.
If you were to view the original message you might notice the address prefix
of https:// for the scam page and http:// for the other pages.
We found that altering the address of any tab to be https://
brought us to the correct page, complete with the padlock
in the lower right corner of the screen.
Once you click on a tab you will not be able to get back
to the malicious page. Thus, it would appear someone
has hijacked PayPal's Website. The Web page announces that
This notice expires January 6, 2004. Perhaps that is the date
by which they figure someone at PayPal will fix the problem.