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"Stramford.live"

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Stramford.live

First analysis date: 01/26/2023
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Unknow
Domain expiration date
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Owner identification in the Whois
The owner of the domain name is hidden in the Whois
User reviews on Scamdoc
(Average rating of 1.3 out of 11 Reviews)

11 Reviews / Comments


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    Summary
  • Judge Dredd 04/10/2023 at 11:58 AM

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    User reviews regarding the website Stramford.live are predominantly negative. Several users have received scam emails appearing to be from 'support@stramford.live.' These emails imitate notifications from Microsoft and Facebook, alerting users of unusual sign-in activity from new devices or locations. The emails contain links to report the user, which, upon clicking, reveal the address support@stramford.live.

    Users have expressed concern about the nature of these emails, with many identifying them as scams. Some people have mentioned that they initially thought the emails were legitimate, as they seemed to come from trusted sources like no-reply@microsoft.com. However, after clicking the report link, they realized the scam nature of the email.

    A few users mentioned that they had replied to these scam emails, either to report the issue or to confirm their email address as active. As a result, they had to change their passwords to secure their accounts. Some users shared that they've forwarded these emails to appropriate abuse-reporting addresses to help combat the issue.

    In summary, Stramford.live has a negative reputation among users due to its association with phishing emails that impersonate notifications from Microsoft and Facebook. Users are advised to be cautious with such emails and to verify their authenticity before responding or clicking any links.

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  • Michael 01/26/2023 at 05:40 PM

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    I have received the following scam email from 'support@stramford.live' today:

    Microsoft account
    Unusual sign-in activity
    We detected something unusual about a recent sign-in to the Microsoft account


    Sign-in details
    Country/region: Russia/Moscow
    IP address: 103.225.77.255
    Date: Tue, 24 Jan 2023 21:55:15 +0000
    Platform: Windows 10
    Browser: Firefox
    A user from Russia/Moscow just logged into your account from a new device, If this wasn't you, please report the user. If this was you, we'll trust similar activity in the future.
    Report The User
    To opt out or change where you receive security notifications, click here.
    Thanks,
    The Microsoft account team

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  • Anon 01/28/2023 at 09:58 PM

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    I received the same email word for word as the above on the same date.

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  • michal 01/30/2023 at 02:34 AM

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    I too have received said email. Seems like a scam although quite weird one as none of the clickable link navigate to any site, they're just mailto: links.

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  • Kiki 02/04/2023 at 02:36 AM

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    I received the e-mail too. I thought it was a scam

    Checked the sender and it said no-reply@microsoft.com. Thought I could trust it but after clicking the button I saw an e-mail would be sent to support@stramford.live. Scary.

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  • Maz 02/05/2023 at 03:43 PM

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    I have unfortunately just replied to this to report it! 🙈 have changed my password though. Will have to see if anything comes of it! Bas***ds!

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  • Wayne 02/05/2023 at 10:11 PM

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    I had the same thing. Oddly, it’s just a reply to. Perhaps they are trying to gage if my email is one they can send junk to. I replied once before realizing it wasn’t from Microsoft.

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  • Jake 02/10/2023 at 03:41 AM

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    Phishing site pretending to be Microsoft support

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  • Bobby Peru 02/15/2023 at 07:27 PM

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    Now trying the same crap but allegedly being from Facebook, and warning me about an unusual log in etc.

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  • NickiT74 02/16/2023 at 01:54 AM

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    Scam! Received an email saying that my Facebook account had been logged into and gave the option to report.
    I replied all to see the originators email address and it was support@stramford.live

    It did look like a genuine Facebook email, giving the device name/model but wasnt quite right.
    Sneaky so and so's.

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  • Lorena from Mexico 03/01/2023 at 10:57 AM

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    Just received this on my e-mail.

    A user just logged into your Facebook account from a new device Samsung S21. We are sending you this email to verify it's really you.

    Report the user

    Yes, me

    Thanks,
    The Facebook Team

    Reply

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