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If there is a misunderstanding or error somewhere, I will be happy to correct, but now it has really worried me! What happened to me? Has it been hacked? How do I know what happened and what obvious injuries occurred? I have maintained this account for over 17 years, and in addition in the same way, I have kept personal, professional and significant information in my account for more than 17 years. Is there a way to find out what happened and explain what happened? answers.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook_com/forum/osecurity-oinfosafe/very-nice-support-from-microsoft-hats-off/b26a5778-2ffc-486d-aa03-a88925b7918b I have to agree, I got a so-called answer after asking for an escalation. You are simply injured and we will not charge you any more bills in the future. No refunds for existing funds on Skype, Xbox, etc. Very disappointed with their performance and lack of explanation. “Microsoft has disabled www.microsoft.com/en-us/servicesagreement disabled access to the account due to a serious breach of the Microsoft Services Agreement. As described in the Microsoft Services Agreement, you can no longer access services that require a Microsoft account. For all subscriptions linked to the account, Microsoft will immediately stop paying the additional credit card stored in the file. My accounts have all been suspended due to a violation of Microsoft`s terms and conditions. 8.
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I`m just confused because it was an identification issue at first if I was the owner ending up with a breach without anyone being able to access the account because the account was locked.. .