Fake IT / Tech Support

99% problems but this ain't one

This scam comes straight from one of our own at Scamadviser who received this via LinkedIn.

Name/Email address: Microsoft Online Services <microsoft@xpcp18008.xpress.com.mx>

Subject line: Out of Storage



This message was sent to email redacted because your mail is 99% full.
Once your mail is full, you won't be able to send or receive.

We notify you about this, to help regain your access. <="" p=""> (link removed for your safety!)

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