Microsoft warns of Xbox One scams

undead88 May 25, 2013

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    Microsoft says all sign-up pages for testing next-generation platform are fake.
    Microsoft has again reached out to users to warn them that all sign-up pages claiming to offer Xbox One testing are illegitimate and should be avoided.

    "All sign-up pages for testing #XboxOne are fake, "Xbox Live operations architect Eric Neustadter said on Twitter. "Do not give them your information - it's a scam."

    Microsoft also warned gamers in March--before the Xbox One was announced--that all pages related to next-generation Xbox testing were fake.

    Gamers will be able to try out the Xbox One when it launches later this year.

    http://m.gamespot.com/news/microsoft-warns-of-xbox-one-scams-6408868/

    Via Gamespot.com
     
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    I wonder how many people signed up for it


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    Good info thanks a lot ;)

    There will be a lot of scams and robbing people on eBay also.
     

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