Beware of False Microsoft Emails!

At first glance, this email looks legit. There is the Microsoft logo. All the words are spelled correctly and proper grammar format is followed…

But hover on the “update subscriptions” and you’ll see the where that fateful “click” will take you… and it isn’t to Microsoft!

Always beware when clicking on links in emails, even if you think the email came from a trusted source. A simple 2 second hover on the link will reveal the true URL and could save you time and heartache!

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