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Additionally, some scammers may try to identify themselves as a Microsoft MVP. You can help protect yourself from scammers by verifying that the contact is a Microsoft Agent or Microsoft Employee and that the phone number is an official Microsoft global customer service number .

Hi EP2809, This email should be a spam. In general, you can identify the authenticity of an e-mail based on the e-mail address of sender. Microsoft official emails will contain the word “Microsoft” in the domain name. For example: *** Email address is removed for privacy ***

MSN Email Scam? I received an email message from MSN and wondering if it was a scam? I will attach the email sender for you to check and respond if I my email account is having issues? Thank you . MSN Team <*** Email address is removed for privacy ***> | Today, 5:43 AM.

This is a phishing scam since Microsoft wouldn't send out an email like this. #1 - You can't depend on the <From> address since that can't be easily spoofed #2 - You can't depend on the link as it is "shown" - you need to look where it actually points to by either hovering your mouse over the link or right-clicking on it --> select <Copy> and ...

Submit phishing scam emails to Microsoft by sending an email with the scam as an attachment to: For more information on submitting messages to Microsoft, see Submit spam, non-spam, and phishing scam messages to Microsoft for analysis.