at an old hotmail address ( i don't use anymore.


You can trust that any email posted here is a scam. has not been in use for years and I have never signed up for any lists or services. 100% of the emails sent to it are unsolicited.

The emails include advance-fee scams, charity scams, compensation scams, fake job offer scams, FBI scams, fraud recovery scams, investment scams, loan scams, lottery scams, malware scams, phishing scams, romance scams, secret shopper scams.

Please do not follow instructions contained within! They just want your money.

If you want, leave a comment with the email you received as well

Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Microsoft account team []: Verify Your Microsoft Account?

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Dear Microsoft User,

We have detected multiple in-correct login attempts
intothisMicrosoft account we are obligated to open an
investigation into this matter.

In order toproceed usingyour account, we require that you
mustconfirm your correct login detailsso asto
safeguard this account.

To help speed up this process, pleasere-Loginbelow.

Regards, Thanks, The Microsoft account team -------------------------
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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Hey, I figured it out, its not actually microsoft. The fake account is

The real microsoft account doesn't have ( its just ( Just block the fake one.

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