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Does Comcast send a customer(s) email warning of possible email suspension due to exceeding memory allowance and requesting specific user log on information. I received an email today and memtioned no company logo or info until the very last item identified Comcast.

 

"VERIFY THIS EMAIL ADDRESS TO AVOID IMMEDIATE CLOSURE

   We have recently confirmed that your mailbox has exceeded the limit
of 30 GB, which is as set by your manager and your are currently at
30.9  GB. Different computers have logged into your mailbox account
and multiple password errors have been entered. We are hereby
suspending your account; as it has been used for fraudulent purposes.
Now we need you to reconfirm your account information to us. Click
your reply tab, fill in the columns below and send it back to your
email account will be suspended permanently and you will not be able
to create new e-mail to send or receive again until your reconfirm
your account information.

 Name:.
 User Name:
 Password:
 Date of Birth:
 Contact Phone:

Here are some ways to help you manage your account after your confirm
your account. Create an archive - Set up a folder on your PC’s hard
drive where you can save large attachments. Then just delete them from
your inbox. You’ll still have them and your in-box will be that much
smaller.

 Comcast email service teams,
© 2017. All Rights Reserved."

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Re: ITS emails

The email you quoted is spam. Do not reply to it. Delete it.
Email Expert

Re: ITS emails


jtterry2 wrote:

Does Comcast send a customer(s) email warning of possible email suspension due to exceeding memory allowance and requesting specific user log on information. I received an email today and memtioned no company logo or info until the very last item identified Comcast.

 

"VERIFY THIS EMAIL ADDRESS TO AVOID IMMEDIATE CLOSURE

   We have recently confirmed that your mailbox has exceeded the limit
of 30 GB, which is as set by your manager and your are currently at
30.9  GB. Different computers have logged into your mailbox account
and multiple password errors have been entered. We are hereby
suspending your account; as it has been used for fraudulent purposes.
Now we need you to reconfirm your account information to us. Click
your reply tab, fill in the columns below and send it back to your
email account will be suspended permanently and you will not be able
to create new e-mail to send or receive again until your reconfirm
your account information.

 Name:.
 User Name:
 Password:
 Date of Birth:
 Contact Phone:

Here are some ways to help you manage your account after your confirm
your account. Create an archive - Set up a folder on your PC’s hard
drive where you can save large attachments. Then just delete them from
your inbox. You’ll still have them and your in-box will be that much
smaller.

 Comcast email service teams,
© 2017. All Rights Reserved."


This is a phishing scam to get your personal information.  As the other poster said, do not respond to it.  You can report such messages here---------------

 

https://constantguard.xfinity.com/help/report-abuse/




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