Moderator scam?

I have recently been asked to become a moderator on xbox live and i was just wondering how i know its genuine because it has asked me for my xbox live password and other details

 

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Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 5 Applies to:

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Its not genuine; don't give your details out to anyone!

It's definately a scam.

You just don't get asked to become a moderator on Xbox LIVE.

If it were real they wouldn't be asking for your details as MS would have access to them in the first place.

Plus I don't know of any LIVE Moderator's, just the PET.

when you are asked for your pin from your bank would you give that also? it's the same as that

As others have said, It's a complete scam. Microsoft wouldn't require your account details to make you a moderator (and there are no "moderators" so to speak).

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when you are asked for your pin from your bank would you give that also? it's the same as that

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Maybe he would, if someone from Nigeria sent him an email saying he's won £1million.

You never know...


J/k

Scam.  Don't send him your Details

[quote user="SONIC SCREAM 07"]

[quote user="gooslaps goop"]

when you are asked for your pin from your bank would you give that also? it's the same as that

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Maybe he would, if someone from Nigeria sent him an email saying he's won £1million.

You never know...


J/k

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yeah and his name was george aguguwendo

If it was over XBL, file a complaint & choose the 'text message' (or something like that) as the reason. MS will look into it & see that he's trying to steal peoples accounts.

thanks, thats what i thought

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