Are You Serious, Spammer?

Found the following e-mail message in my in-box earlier today. Found it somewhat of a surprise as the filters typically catch such messages. Also found it a surprise as the wording was clearly not from someone at PayPal, or at least, PayPal here in the US. I thought the spammers were suppose to be getting more sophisticated.

From: Customer service
To: j**@**********.com
Subject:We’ve limit your paypal access
Date: 26 Oct 2015 16:47:17 +0700 (10/26/15 05:47:17)
Dear Customer ID : 290512775
We check account activity in the PayPal system regularly. Time checking account, we find that the activity you are breaking some agreement you have with us. Therefore, we have limited your account and can no longer offer service to you. You can still log in to view transaction history, but you can not send or receive payment. Please update your information promptly so that you can continue to enjoy sorry for any inconvenience caused by our security measurements
Case Number: PP-004-389-679-249
To remove this limitation, please login to your PayPal account
Log In Here
After we receive and review your identity information, we’ll email you regarding the status of your PayPal account.
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
Sincerely,
PayPal

Mail headers show it as coming from a teleco in Jakarta, Indonesia, and then bounced through a throw-away domain. (I’ve changed e-mail address and link for this post.)
Sorry, spammer. We find that the activity you are breaking some credibility with us.