Instead of replying to the link in that email, go to Apple support, from the support button at the top of the Apple.com site, and attach the email. Ask thiem if this is legitimate, assuming you have not tried to sell your apple account
There are nuances in the language that are not typical of Apple correspondence so it looks suspect.
It is seldom a good idea to click on links in emails of this sort when you haven't been doing anything wrong.
Someone is trying to get your login details.
Alway hover your mouse pointer over the pretended addresses and you will see that the real one
https://store.apple.com/ (the s in https stands for secure)
actually leads to the fake one (without an s - always look for the padlock in your browser at login pages):
Actually you could have clicked the link and you would have gotten here:
Edit: but it's always good not to assume there will be a warning to keep you from "doing wrong". At some point you might be one of the first ones to get a phishing email that hasn't been reported yet and there will be no warning.