What others said: obviously spam. Aside from other reasons, clues are wrong syntax and poor grammar: “windows” not capitalized; “Micro Soft” as two words (and in other instances lower-cased as one word); “has been expired” rather than “has expired”; the use of “Let me repeat” and then “I will repeat.” Either written by non-native English speaker or someone who failed grade-school grammar.
> On Mar 12, 2018, at 5:48 PM, Harry Jacobson-Beyer <harr...@me.com> wrote: > > I received this voice mail this afternoon. We got rid of the PC my wife used > for work three years ago. > > Do you think this is legitimate? Or is it spam? > > > Microsoft corperation has stopped the windows services in your computer to > renew the microsoft windows license key. Please call (866) 756-3777. Let me > repeat. This is a very important call to notify you that your microsoft > windows license key has been expired on your computer. So Micro Soft > corporation has stopped the windows services in your computer to renew the > microsoft windows license key. Please call (866) 756-3777. I will repeat > (866) 756-3777. Thank you. > > > <voicemail.wav> > > Sent from my iPhone_______________________________________________ > MacGroup mailing list > Posting address: MacGroup@erdos.math.louisville.edu > Archive: > <https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=http-3A__www.mail-2Darchive.com_macgroup-40erdos.math.louisville.edu_&d=DwIFaQ&c=OAG1LQNACBDguGvBeNj18Swhr9TMTjS-x4O_KuapPgY&r=F2GFXrjLFqVo3VwvIlo_XYeEiRRjHv15rxcenz7A21woG2aFGcrzndoSsskxfmOs&m=A3NUgQF-8YLWx5n2jyEKz4-UyANHakDJ9-PHNqgSvz0&s=XJztUsqQODwqQzl202znpDQaNhj2fooCOVU3uzyPkMw&e=> > Answers to questions: <http://erdos.math.louisville.edu/macgroup/> _______________________________________________ MacGroup mailing list Posting address: MacGroup@erdos.math.louisville.edu Archive: <http://email@example.com/> Answers to questions: <http://erdos.math.louisville.edu/macgroup/>