Microsoft Account Security Info was Added Scam

Scammers are sending fake Microsoft Account Security Info emails like the one below asking potential victims to contact them at cpeyton@gmail.com or peyton@gmail.com addresses. The scammers spoof the sending email address to make the fake email appears as if it a Microsoft.

Microsoft Account Security Info was Added Scam

The Microsoft Account Security Info Scam

"The following security info was recently added to the Microsoft account *@outlook.com"

cpeyton@gmail.com

If you have received emails asking you to contact cpeyton@gmail.com or peyton@gmail.com, please delete them.

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Note: Some of the information in samples on this website may have been impersonated or spoofed.
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Microsoft Account Security Info was Added Scam