Another Phishing Scam

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I got this in my email today –

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Your account safety is our top priority.

Recently, we have detected some unusual activity on your account and as a result, all email users are urged to update  their email account within 24 hours of receiving this e-mail, using the update link: ITS SERVICE DESK to confirm that your email account is up to date with the institution requirement.

Do not ignore this message to avoid termination of your webmail account. Our apologies for any inconvenience this may have caused, but your account safety and privacy is very important to us. 

Thanks for your Co-Operation.
 

ITS help desk
ADMIN TEAM
 
©Copyright 2014 Microsoft
All Right Reserved.
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Notice that no where does it say who it is supposed to be from. The link, which has been deactivated – was to someplace I’ve never heard of. You can see the link address by hovering over the link without clicking.
Be very careful. Don’t click on link if you don’t know for sure what they are.

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