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Windows Live Email Account has Exceeded it Storage Limit – Phishing Scam

The email messages below: "Windows Live Email account has exceeded storage limit" are fakes. These email messages were not sent by Microsoft and are phishing scams designed to steal your Microsoft Hotmail, Live or Outlook user name and password.
Windows Live Email Account has Exceeded it Storage Limit – Phishing Scam
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Windows Live Email Account has Exceeded it Storage Limit – Phishing Scam


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Windows Live Email Account has Exceeded it Storage Limit – Phishing Scam

The email messages below: "Windows Live Email account has exceeded storage limit" are fakes. These email messages were not sent by Microsoft and are phishing scams designed to steal your Microsoft Hotmail, Live or Outlook user name and password.

Please continue reading below.

Windows Live Email Account has Exceeded it Storage Limit Phishing Email Scam

From: Microsoft account team microsoftaccount@microsoft.com
Sent:Tue 1/07/14 6:59 PM
Subject: FW: Billing Account

Dear Customer,

*Your Windows Outlook Live account has exceeded its storage limit as set by our Administrator, and you will not be able to receive new emails until you Re-Validate your account to avoid suspension.

Please click on the link below to Re-Validate your account.
https://accountservices.msn.com/EmailPage.sr8?emailid4847

Signed,
Windows Live ID Customer Support. 
Copyright 2014 Inc. 
All rights reserved. Terms of Service
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Dear Customer,
Your Windows Live Email account has exceeded its limit and needs to be verified, if not verified within 24 hours, we shall suspend your account.

Click here to verify your email account now
Thank you

Windows Live
2013 Microsoft
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If you enter your user name and password on these fake websites, it will be sent to the cybercriminals behind these phishing scams.

If you were tricked into entering your user name and password on one of the fake websites, please change your password immediately.

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