But they all start with a common element: getting you to go someplace you shouldn't and to start typing in information that the phisher/scammer needs to spoof your identity.
This latest one is a new variation for me. It appears to be a warning of excess mailbox storage usage -- but it's actually just hoping that I will click on the link and start giving my digits.
Remember, no reputable service provider will need you to give that kind of information to them -- if they are actually your service provider, they already have it. Anyone asking you for account information who contacted you (instead of the other way around) is likely trying to harm you.