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Is "MICROSOFT BING ADS BILL.MS.NET" fraud?

Written by Jemina Owen-Jones

January 18th, 2024

About "MICROSOFT BING ADS BILL.MS.NET"

Microsoft is a multinational technology company that has been in business since 1975. It provides a wide range of retail products, including software, hardware, and online services. Microsoft is best known for its operating systems such as Windows, as well as productivity software like Microsoft Office. The company also offers cloud services, gaming consoles, and various other consumer electronics products.
  • "MICROSOFT" : Indicates the company or organization associated with the transaction.
  • "BING ADS" : Refers to the specific product or service being billed.
  • "BILL.MS.NET" : Indicates the domain or platform used for processing the billing transaction.
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