Customers who use E-ZPass to pay tolls electronically in a 15-state region are being urged not to fall for an email scam that asks them to click a link to pay a missed toll. Company officials say the email is an attempt by scammers to obtain personal and account information and does not come from E-ZPass.
Users in New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, West Virginia and others in the E-ZPass network have reported issues with the phishing scam.
The real E-ZPass does not ask for passwords; debit or credit card numbers; Social Security numbers; or bank routing or account numbers in an email.
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