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Fake Microsoft Office Renewal Emails Being Sent by Scammers

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Fake Microsoft Office Renewal Emails Being Sent by Scammers

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Microsoft Office users who have received fake Microsoft Office Renewal emails like the below are asked not to follow the instructions in them. This is because the fake emails are being sent by online scammers who are attempting to trick their potential victims into clicking on the links in the fake emails which go to a fake Microsoft Office website.

A Fake Microsoft Office Renewal Email

From: Microsoft

Sent: Wednesday, May 15, 2019 3:30 PM

Subject: Reminder For Microsoft Office Renewal

Renew your office

This Renewal link will be expire within 24hours.

Product Id: RTHRT-546EF-12RGU-KO845Z-XEX2D

EXPIRATION DATE: 17 May, 2019

OfficeRenew

This mail is confirmation that we will Suspend/Terminate your subscription to Microsoft Office on May 17 , 2019. We are restricting your access to certain applicaiton within our software environment. Applications are ;

Microsoft Word

Microsoft Excel

Microsoft Access

Microsoft One Note

Microsoft One Drive

Microosft Publisher

Microsoft Explorer

Microsoft Win-defender

Microsoft Outlook

If you are facing deficulity to open the Link you may copy and paste the link in browser and continue.

You can Renew you subscription and prevent your applicaitons from termination by visiting hxxps://www.officenewfamily.com/office ansign in to your applications, documents, and settings on the devices you love.Save your docements to the cloud in OneDrive to access anywhere.

Thank you for using Microsoft Online Services.

Microsoft Office Team

The links in the fake emails go to the following fake Microsoft Office website:

  • hxxp://www.officenewfamily.com
    www.officenewfamily.com

Online users are advised not to visit the fake website. They should not attempt to sign into it or submit their personal and financial information on it.

Note: Some of the names, addresses, email addresses, telephone numbers or other information in samples on this website may have been impersonated or spoofed.

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