How to get rid of impersonating xbox live employee user messages

Yes, I know the first thing you can do is just ignore their messages, but it gets rather annoying and immature to see some users mass sending messages because they're emotionally unstable and butthurt.

below is an example of a [GT Removed]  and one of his numerous messages.

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Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 7 Applies to:

You don't need to ignore the messages. First thing to do is file a report against the gamer. It is actually against the Terms of Service to impersonate MS employees. Next, you can block user. As long as you don't send the user a message, the user will be unable to send you additional messages.

In all of my years on LIVE I have never run into this problem.

E-A-G-L-E-S EAGLES!

I been on xbox 9 years and have come across this 4 times

Ignore, block communications, and delete the three most effective methods.

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The first text message you got is worth reporting too. File a report, block communications and move on.

[quote user="Azn4sho"]

Yes, I know the first thing you can do is just ignore their messages, but it gets rather annoying and immature to see some users mass sending messages because they're emotionally unstable and butthurt.

below is an example of a Take Notes QQ and one of his numerous messages.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-98ECs5yTQs

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Hum … you do realize Microsoft have used freelance police in the past. You just never know who you are play against.

[quote user="Riven57"]

Hum … you do realize Microsoft have used freelance police in the past. You just never know who you are play against.

[/quote]Quite the leap you made there, Riven.  Let's say they are actually free lance police.  These policemen still aren't employees of Microsoft.  So, again, they broke the rules by impersonating.

 

As for the OP....  ::looks at gamercard and sees Call of Duty::    It's gonna happen.

If you change your communications settings to 'Friends Only' in your privacy setings, you will never receive messages from random players on Xbox Live.

File a complaint and then block communications.