Is this a scam? Has anyone else ever gotten this message

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@Muglegacy2 got that too. He didn’t take the bait

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Big time scam. You click that link and they’ll have your account info, change your password, sell all of your auctionable cards, and transfer/sell the MT by the morning.

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Bruh

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You have to be either 10 or 80 to think that it’s not a scam

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Strong account phishing link through fucking psn messages :joy:

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Or you are Michael Scott

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Bro, you gotta take chances in life!

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This is from the office, right? Never watched it, but I assume he plays a big dummy there (I know, I have to catch up).

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WTH do you watch on TV if you don’t watch The Office?!?!

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Peaky Blinders, TWD, True Detective, HoC, The Wire… You can’t watch them all. But I’ve heard it’s good so I’ll catch up one day.

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It’s my favorite show of all time, Michael Scott is a complete moron and will make you cringe a lot, but i love the guy, he’s the best.

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Every punkazz scammer used that “bit.ly” website address.

Bro never click a link anyone sends to you in messages

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how does clicking on one link take your account info? Curious about how it works

There are more chances that the sun won’t rise next morning than this being legit

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They have you sign into your account for confirmation to get the free item and it records your information.

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It’s like opening a box a stranger leaves on your front porch. Viruses work in different ways, but opening a link from an unknown sender is dangerous. Malware, hacks, viruses.

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