Is this Microsoft email a scam? Chances are, yes!
GREENSBORO, N.C. — The Colonial Pipeline issue all started with an email. We all get emails, at home and at work. All the scammers needed was for one person to click a link and they were in.
Before you say, how could that person have done that? Look at this email we received at the TV station. It has the Microsoft logo on it and it says there are four emails that were delayed and they would be deleted permanently from the server unless a link was clicked within 48 hours.
We happen to use Microsoft office, so you could see how this might seem legit. Besides, we all live and die by emails. The first instinct is to make sure you’re not missing anything and you go to click the email.
But wait! Look at the…