MS Office 365 has various online services covering like Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, Lync Online, and many other Office Web Apps, such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Visio, Outlook and OneNote.
It was sure that scammers would begin using MS Office 365 as the platform for email scams, so here’s are the tips on how to evade any risky web links. The MS Office 365 Email Scams are related to the Scam emails that look like come from banks and other MNC or huge corporations. By such emails, they try to deceive you to click on a dangerous web link to affect your device or take your login information for placing a risky activity. The general recommendation is to not click any link in an email, rather visit directly the organization's website.
MS Office 365
yearly rental system provides offenders a chance to cheat people with an email which warn the user that the subscription is about to expire. Fortunately, most of the scams are prevented by email hosts. But sometimes they are suspended before even being sent.
MS Office Renewal Warning
It's easy to be fooled a user by Your Microsoft Office
package is due for renewal warning because how many of us recognize when Office 365 is expired? Microsoft sends genuine emails as MS Office 365 going to expire. If you have auto-renewal settings, Microsoft seems to send an email warning as a reminder to modify or add the credit card details. So if you receive a 'subscription ending' email and you're not certain if it's genuine, do not click on any such links in the email.
Microsoft insists in displaying the expiry date with just digits, the expiry date in above screenshot is 9th of September in 2018. If your MS Office 365 subscription is expiring soon, there's seemingly a warning notification on the dashboard of your account the web page. Microsoft urges users to automatically renew the subscription with a saved credit card.
MS Office Updated Version Available Warning
The periodically updates notifications are also a chance for scammers. Emails show you warning that there's a software update with a link to receive the update. Again, we warn you that do not click on any of such web links in the email. MS Office updates are automatically done online. So you do not have to think about it. If you just want to confirm your software is up-to-date, then just follow some below steps.
In any MS Office file, open File >> Account >> Update Options >> Update Now. You can download or install updates if any are there.
If you are facing such any issues or scams, you can check it by yourself or you can take support from the MS Office support team at Office.com/setup
. Just visit the web page or call them on their toll-free number. You can also send them an email or chat live online using chat box window.