VMTA Your invoice with Office 365 Service is Due Scam

VMTA Your invoice with Office 365 Service is Due Scam

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The VMTA Your invoice with Office 365 Service is Due Scam

Microsoft Online Services Team <noreply@onmicrosoft.com>

Fri 12/4/2020 1:00 PM


Your invoice (100421) with Office 365 Service is due.

To make a payment, please log in with your email address and password at


Once logged in please click select the Make a Payment icon in the Billing Tab. You may complete payment by Credit Card or Paypal on this page.

Once paid no further action is needed and your account will remain active.

We thank you for your continued business and assistance in helping us to get this resolved.

Feel free to contact us if you have any questions, comments, or concerns.


the Microsoft Online Services team

Account Information

Service : Office 365 Business Premium

Payment account number: 100421

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