I received an email for an update on Microsoft Service Agreement and I`m not sure if it`s a fraud or not. Can someone help you? I got an email this morning saying: below. I guess that`s true, but the email had attached a PDF address that I found a bit strange. The link looks legitimate. This email is legitimate and you don`t need to read the whole thing.. I received this email today, as the man on his account. I`m pretty careful with these things that I get several times a year. w fake posing emails like my ISP provider that are amazing. Even the people at the ISP are amazed at how beautiful they are. So, is it for the real or phishing? Thank you. Brooke I received the same email, but I did not attach a PDF address. The link is the same. Can you check if this is spam Please confirm this? I have the same e-mail today.
As the link used goes on a Microsoft page (or seems to go), it`s hard to know what to do. These are questions you need to know for determne if you receive an email from Microsoft or a fraud. You will receive this email because we update the Microsoft Services agreement, which applies to one or more Microsoft products or services you use. In the summer of 2019, legitimate emails were sent to all users of Microsoft products/services. Can anyone confirm if the email is legitimate or if it is a fraud? Obviously, I don`t want my account closed because I have a lot of accounts related to my email address that I received today, April 13, 2020. Microsoft does this or it`s a scam. It came to my inbox, no spam folder. I received 3 emails in the last 24 hours with a link to log in to my Microsoft account to accept the new usage agreement. The email indicates that once I click on the link, I have accepted updates and if I don`t, my account will be closed. I had a topic via email was notification that my account will be terminated if I don`t check my account and I only have 7 days to do so.
I clicked the Check button here, but I was warned by Google that they are being flagged as an unsecured address and phishing. I tried to contact the Microsoft support chat, but it wasn`t a good honest experience. Then I went into the community and it helped me respond accurately. I marked them as a phishing and reported them and I advise others to do so even if such an email is received. I received a similar email, with an almost menacing quality. However, I clicked on the sender (service agreement) and it is filled in to `email address` is deleted for data protection ` hmmmm nopefish`. So I searched and found. thnks for confirmation. www.microsoft.com/en-ca/servicesagreement/upcoming.aspx the Microsoft Services agreement is an agreement between you and Microsoft (or one of its affiliates) that regulates your use of Microsoft Consumer online products and services. To accept our service contract, click on the link below and log in to your account.