Email With Cpeyton@gmail.com Or Peyton@gmail.com Scam or Legit? Is It A Genuine Microsoft Email?
Beware of fraudulent emails in the name of Microsoft with email addresses email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org as below:
“The following security info was recently added to the Microsoft account email@example.com
firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
If this was you, then you can safely ignore this email.
If this wasn’t you, a malicious user has access to your account. Please review your recent activity and we’ll help you secure your account.”
You may get similar types of such scam messages in several forms. So, you can help us by reporting similar kinds of scams below in the comment section. If you are concerned with your privacy, then you can comment below without submitting your email address.
What is the motive behind these fraudulent emails with email addresses firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com?
These fraud email messages are not from any genuine companies but are from scammers to get your personal information so that they can scam you. They may ask you to click some link and submit the personal details on the fake website posing the real ones or call them or message/reply to them where they will trick you to submit your personal details. So, you should not follow any instructions provided in these messages or click any link or download anything (if provided any). The links or files provided in these messages may also contain some viruses or malware or spyware that can hack your device as well.
Once these cybercriminals get your personal information, they make money by selling those details. If they get your credit card information, even they can steal money from your credit card. So, you should not follow any instructions provided on these kinds of messages
These messages may not come in the name of the same company or in the same format. These scammers may use multiple numbers, emails, and the name of companies to send various kinds of scam messages. A few examples of other scam messages are:
Bank of America Fraud Department Text Scam
Fraudulent Emails From firstname.lastname@example.org (Wewe Global)
Scam text messages with “Driver-Attempt” links
Netflix Membership Update Text Message Scam, etc.
So, help us by reporting similar types of messages by using the comment section below.
Now you know the reality of these kinds of fraudulent messages. So, if you want to say something about it or want to report any kinds of scams, then please feel free to leave your comment below. After all, we are here to spread awareness about scams. So, let’s do it together. Let’s save innocent people from scams.
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If you haven’t submitted them your personal information like password, then you no need to be worried too much. However, you can still change the password of your email and other critical programs which you are using on the same device.Reply
I have received two of these emails if I had not been looking for emails with WEWE.global I would have opened them because everything about the emails looks like they were genuine Microsoft emails
I have been sent 3 or more of the Microsoft messages from “email@example.com”!
Received an email from “firstname.lastname@example.org” last night.
It purported to be from Microsoft Account team, as shown at the top of this page.
I got the “email@example.com” today. Did nothing with it. Will share this
1/30/22 I received the same email. Searched it and found this forum. It was redirected to my junk mail but I was looking through and saw this one. Thanks for the input ‘
I receive Microsoft emails on a daily basis asking whether or not it was me who attempted to access my account. The sender is always “firstname.lastname@example.org”.
I get security alerts aboit twice a week from microsoft, cpeyton@gmail has access to my account, but
I believe it is a scam..
“email@example.com” this was the email associated with message that I received
I got an email from microsoft saying someone attempted to get into my account. The usual standard form which I have been getting a lot of lately. When I clicked IT WAS NOT ME and tried to send it, it came back undelivered. I tried to copy the whole interaction and send it to microsoft, again it was undelivered. I finally just sent them an email telling them what happened. But I feel very uncomfortable with all these attempts to hack me. I changed my password, didn’t make a difference. Not sure if Microsoft is doing anything or not. Never get a reply.
I received one of these & said it wasn’t me
I then felt a bit suss do logged into me actual outlook account & changed my password
Was this the correct thing to do
With such technology, you can’t find him/her? Surprising since they have a way of managing to find you and send out their emails. “firstname.lastname@example.org” arrived for me today….I literally checked the internet first to see if it was legit. This person and all persons who hack should be imprisoned for LIFE without computer access.
I am surprised that this person cannot be hacked back or found when we have such technology in our world. I am now receiving his emails….or hers. “email@example.com” is the culprit. Should be imprisoned for life.
Got this SCAM EMAIL today 01/29/2022 AND IMMEDIATELY CHANGED MY PASSWORD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Microsoft account team
Sat 1/29/2022 9:44 PM
Security info was added
The following security info was recently added to the Microsoft account pschweikert@hotmail .com:
If this was you, then you can safely ignore this email.
If this wasn’t you, a malicious user has access to your account. Please review your recent activity and we’ll help you secure your account.
No it wasn’t me
continue to get this type email everyday sometimes twice a day
I have been getting them for several months . The first one I got I clicked on the “No it wasn’t me” but it did not give anything else to click on. I hope it was because my antivirus security prevented it.
I make copies of all I receive in case I need to send them to the Federal Trade Commission.
I have been sent two of these messages
That is the email associated with these messages… trace it…
What happens if I clicked the links? And is there a way to fix this. Also, my ‘focused’ folder (where this email appeared originally) has been cleared out, can I get that back?