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1 844-488-1881: Windows Defender Scam

1 844-488-1881  Windows Defender Scam

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Do not call 1 844-488-1881 because it is being used by online scammers. The scammers send fake "Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection" emails like the one below to potential victims and ask them to call the fake Microsoft Windows telephone number +1-833-320-9885. Therefore, online users are asked not to call the number and should not follow the instructions in the fake "Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection" like the one below.

The "Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection" Email

From: "noreply@billingteam" <sq9@digital24x.com>

Subject: Thank you for your order

Date: July 28, 2020 at 12:30:33 PM PDT

Payment Information

Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection

Fire Wall & Network Protection

Dear Customer,

Thanks for using Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection. This is an important notification. The Subscription has been Auto Renewed for 2 years & Your account has been Pre Authorised for $299.99

It has been auto Renewed as per E-Sign Agreement Singed by You at the TIme of registration. Thank you for the Completion of your 1 year.

We tried to contact you on your registered number for queries but could not get through

Total

$299.00

P.S if you did not place this order then Please call us to Support Team on 1 844-488-1881

(claims Department) Kindly ignore if aleardy claimed.

You have 24 hrs to refund this charge from the date of the transaction without being charges.

Our support team will gladly assist you with any questions or requests you may have ? simply contact us through our dedicated channels:

It may take a few hours for this transaction to appear in your account.

Cheers,

The Billing Team

1 844-488-1881

This Email was sent from a notification-only address that cannot accept incoming email.please do not reply to this message

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1 844-488-1881: Windows Defender Scam