The woman in this article thought she was getting into a legitimate employment opportunity. She even made some calls and checked out the company ahead of time. She didn't put up any money, so that probably also put her mind at ease, since most of us know that those 'companies' asking for funds up front in exchange for work tend to be frauds. She did work for the company, but wasn't paid, and when she subsequently tried calling, the phone number was disconnected. She's been getting the run around, but it also sounds as if there may have been some fraudulent PayPal activity that somehow involved the company using her address. I'm sure PayPal will look into the matter, but it's doubtful she will be paid for her time, and on top of that, having your residential address associated with at least questionable, if not fraudulent, PayPal transactions can't be good.