Possible phishing attempt

Hello, I just received an e-mail from what appears to be Xbox Live.  The link provided in the email was different than the link displayed in my status bar, however.  Is there a support e-mail address that I could forward this to for investigation?  This is the first time I have come across such an e-mail from Xbox Live, so I'm not sure how new or old this is, but it would be good to get it filtered out of the hotmail/live system before less savvy users fall for it.

The domain name the e-mail came from was (and this is broken up for security reasons):

e p r i z e f u l f i l l m e n t dot com 

 

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Last updated July 5, 2018 Views 6 Applies to:

Please do not post phishing websites on the forums.  If you want to report a phishing site, use the instructions here: http://www.xbox.com/en-us/Live/Account-Security

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Wow - Thanks for the report link - I just spent an hour writing a post and warning folks to stay away from a specific phishing site - only to be insulted and called some kind of "Silver" something account holder and then to have my warning post pulled...  so I will attempt "again" despite the moderators, to warn folks - tell your kids NEVER to disclose their login, etc.  Also, this phishing attempt is a little different, the site which calls itself Xbox Exploit v2 on the webpage, is also trying solicit your Facebook account info - which, coupled with the info in your live account, can potentially be very damaging.  Please warn your kids!

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