Monday, December 22, 2014

E-ZPass warns of e-mail phishing scam

E-ZPass customers are being warned about an e-mail phishing scam that attempts to collect tolls.

The electronic system's operators say the email is not an authorized communication and customers who receive it should not open it or respond to it.

A copy of the email, which contains an authentic looking E-ZPass logo, appears below:

Subject: In arrears for driving on toll road

E-ZPass Service Center

Dear customer,

You have not paid for driving on a toll road. This invoice is sent repeatedly, please service your debt in the shortest possible time.

The invoice can be downloaded here.

 Again, E-ZPass customers should ignore the email and contact their issuing agency if they have any questions about their accounts.

Inquirer Staff
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