Some Xbox Live Account users have received emails notifying that changes have been made to Xbox Live accounts , with a link attached that will direct users to a Passport Login page to 'check out the changes.' These emails and log-on pages are fake.
hopefully no one falls for this
i havent gotten this email
Please read the whole article since the description may not make sense to some members
This site is at it again
the contributer to this story is the same one who wrote/posted the story on this BS website...?
More Sony [email protected]
this might actually be legit considering that account information has been stolen before. Though rare it would be better to report it becasue peoples credit card info and other info is on there.
so wouldn't it be important that they do report this?
This isn't about who has better games, but who possibly could have their information stolen.
Which i consider and many others. 360 fans and PS3 fans in fact mostly anyone, important.
However if you can prove its fake(not the email but the story) then ok. But i have a feeling you wont be able to.
Why would I need to prove it's FAKE? It's the author's responsibility to prove it's valid.
And first of all, the title is misleading. This isn't MS's doing-it should state PHISHING SCAM, somewhere in the title or story. This phishing scam may possibly have been started by you and the contributer, for all I know.
So why don't you prove it's TRUE? [email protected]
it looks its a real story man, seems like the author is just spreadin the word. calm down
I think it is true. They say "new features" in almost every sentence, they are trying to get you hooked on new features so you login to see what they are
These emails and log-on pages are fake, and if you receive this e-mail do not log onto that page. If you do, your Passport will be fully controllable by thieves. The emails were sent by hackers/thieves not Microsoft. This is just a WARNING to members so they wont put their accounts in risk.
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