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BT User <admin10@statususerid.com>

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Please could someone let me know if this is a genuine email address from BT.  Body of the email states the following and there is no signature/logo or contact number.  I suspect it's someone trying to get your login data, although I did need to enter the password to connect to my BT emails via Outlook today. 

In our continuing efforts to safeguard your email account and maintain a secure environment, we consistently oversee all email accounts for any potential suspicious behavior. Following a recent update to our system aimed at enhancing your security, we now require all users to validate their email accounts.


**IMPORTANT** To avoid any interruption to your service, please follow the steps below:
Click on the 'Verify Account' button below.
You will be redirected to a secure page on our website.
How can you unblock your account?
The fastest way to unblock your BT Mail account is to:

Verify Account. (Note this is a link in the actual email - I didn't click on the link!)
Please note that failure to verify your account within 72 hours of receiving this email may result in a temporary block on your email account. We understand this may cause some inconvenience, but we assure you this is a necessary step to ensure the highest level of security for our customers.

I have reported it to the BT Phishing address.  

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@Elain 

100% scam. Just delete it, do not click on any links.

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@Keith_Beddoe Great, thanks, that's what I thought. Just a coincidence that I had to enter the password in Outlook.

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