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Subscription Purchase From Microsoft Scam

The "Subscription Purchase From Microsoft" email below is a scam. The scam attempts to trick the recipients into believing they have made some subscription purchase from Microsoft and need to call technical support at one of the following numbers: 1-530-636-6269 or 1-661-522-8229. Therefore, recipients who have receive the fake email should not follow the instructions in it, they should just ignore it.

Subscription Purchase From Microsoft Scam
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The "Subscription Purchase From Microsoft" Scam

From: u722781092@srv357.main-hosting.eu On Behalf Of karen@microsoft-care.com

Sent: Wednesday, July 08, 2020 8:52 AM

Subject: Your Order

Thank you.

You've made a subscription purchase from Microsoft. Your subscription will automatically renew on July 6, 2023 unless you cancel before then. You can cancel at any time by calling our Support Team on the below given number.

Order ID: 373992

Placed on: 07 July, 2020

Item(s) Delivered

1. Microsoft Windows Defender

Price $ 299.99

Delivery Charges Free

Subscription Validity 3 Years

Payment Method

Auto Debit Total Amount $ 299.99

For any questions related to this purchase,kindly call our Support Team +1(530 636 6269 OR 661 522 8229)

Thanks & Regards

Microsoft Team

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  • July 27, 2020 at 10:27 AM by an anonymous user from: Greenbrier, Tennessee, United States

    The Microsoft scam contacted me yesterday for $399.00 saying My contract had run out and they were renewing it for $399.00. I was unaware of having anything like this. I believe it was a scam. So far I can't see where they have charged the $399.00 but I can't afford it. Please help with this scam.

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