You Are Receiving This Email Because We Are Updating The Microsoft Services Agreement

Have just received 2 copies of this identical email in the last 6 hours. If this is a scam – I have not yet clicked on the link, the email domain is `Hotmail` This email is legitimate and you do not need to read the whole thing.. But they are sure to offer you an ultimatum in a very nice way. And the 3 days of reading the “agreements” give me something I can focus on when I retire. These are questions you need to know for determne if you receive an email from Microsoft or a fraud. You can easily see that this is a phishing email/scam by moving the mouse cursor over the link. You will see that the link is not a Microsoft address. SAurGXWhJKA .com-scriptVer-2020061402.02-isc-1-X-OARY-i-w72M6WrUeh1T0OTCfeP0D5T XSEGNgYBM03euotze1U0MqgG CaBAi2Npmnkk-7FQQqhvs.-token-eyJhbGciOiJSUzI1NiIsImtpZCI6IjU2MzU4ODUyMzRCOTI1MkRERTAwNTc2NkQ5RDlGMjc2NTY1RjYzRTIiLCJ4NXQiOiJWaldJVWpTNUpTM2VBRmRtMmRueWRsWmZZLUkiLCJ0eXAiOiJKV1QifQ.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.Nx0Z_FAjA9zLVDBfhOrvWwtW41LA90q_Ook126fFCzebcRlVRJPpImeyFhclGc5bTivUP5Ch1pPuqs9xIMjn8s48RGyops_oqIQqcmTa5OyE4zD_IyVmz2lNi0NO9WUm0oarql8DvSeifrDNQC9GlP8-ivJAfvs77NrwThQHIJyebwm_KhQb_ HGZUSwH0WqAXceCikYwZI1RUZvaMvKSSrgkknFWQHV4fs503jg_fXcnfdy1q6EjlxPAWW_L-vHHci3REHih-1d1WYC1UKEG2y4G1qjLquZ4AIRgQ0qdxNCiUB_r38jxqDXkeoyZKELBhk96Wn799BNh45q_alrqXg-animation-true I received three emails like this to my Hotmail account. One on April 6 and two on April 15. If someone does not know, another email address for Microsoft. 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 from Microsoft that I think is a scam: Also, I`m trying to post this in the right category, but I don`t know which category to choose.

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. I received an email yesterday about updates from Microsft Services on May 1st. I went to it and wanted to update the ad selection, but it wouldn`t enter me with my passowrd, so took me through all the security information etc. which was strange…. Esp, when they asked for my postcode! I am concerned that this is a fraud! someone? Once you log in, your account is part of our service agreement. If you do not accept our service contract, your account will be closed. Thanks for using Microsoft products and services. However, you should never click on a link in an email.