NEVER click a link in an email that asks you to verify, update, change or keep your exiting password or security information unless you have started the process from a trusted source. If you receive such an email and you are unsure of it’s validity, please go to the trusted website relevant, i.e., etc.
Here’s a short list of companies that regularly have potential scam emails related to them;
  • Microsoft
  • Office 365
  • PayPal
  • Ebay
  • All high street banks
  • Cloud Providers (OneDrive – Google Docs – Dropbox etc.)
  • Parcel delivery tracking (UPS and DHL most common to be associated with scam emails)
There are many scam emails doing the rounds at the moment in particular the “Office 365  Password Expiry“.
Example bogus email related to Office 365­-­IT­” <>.  —– NOTE THE SENT FROM ADDRESS
Date: 02 April 2020 at 10:30:22 BST
To: Your Name<>
Subject: Notification:Password-Expiry
P⁠as⁠swo⁠rd Ex⁠pi⁠ry No⁠tifi⁠cat⁠ion

Office 365

P⁠as⁠swo⁠rd for e⁠xp⁠ire⁠s t⁠oda⁠y

You can c⁠ont⁠in⁠ue us⁠in⁠g yo⁠ur c⁠urre⁠nt p⁠as⁠sw⁠or⁠d via the li⁠nk b⁠elo⁠w.

C⁠ont⁠inue us⁠in⁠g yo⁠ur cu⁠rre⁠nt p⁠as⁠sw⁠ord (Link Disabled)⁠ Support
If you have received an email like this recently and have actioned it, please contact your go to IT help or  contact us for assistance. 
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