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Email - ***AOL ACCOUNT FINAL WARNING***

Why did I receive this email *****AOL ACCOUNT FINAL WARNING****

FROM: MemberService   handonservices@aol.com

 

Dear Customer,

 

This E-mail has been sent to you by the AOL  Verification Team to inform you that your account will be deactivated within the next 24hours due to several unsuccessful login attempt on your account.To prevent this from happening, Please log in to secure your account Click Here To Secure Your Account

 

Thank you for helping us serve you better.

 

AOL Help Team

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Hi Sherlene:

AOL will never ask you for your username, password, or any other private account information in an email we send to you.

For additional information about spam and phishing emails and what to do if you receive one, please refer to the article below.

How do I spot an email phishing scam?

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