The New Jersey branch of E-ZPass released the following statement regarding the scam: “New Jersey drivers should know that legitimate toll violation notices are sent by mail, not email, from the E-ZPass Customer Service Center in Newark, NJ. The web address for paying a legitimate violation to agencies in the New Jersey E-ZPass Group is www.EZPassNJ.com.”

The fraudulent email, designed with the E-ZPass logo and color scheme, attempts to trick recipients into submitting payment for an unpaid toll. The fake violation notice contains a hyperlink that leads to a website requesting credit card information. This website is not affiliated with E-ZPass in any way.

1.Delete suspicious emails immediately.
2.Don’t click on any embedded links within unsolicited emails.
3.Contact the E-ZPass Customer Service Center at 1-888-288-6865 if you have received an unsolicited email demanding payment for unpaid tolls

E-ZPass Users

Cyber Threat

The fraudulent email, designed with the E-ZPass logo and color scheme, attempts to trick recipients into submitting payment for an unpaid toll. The fake violation notice contains a hyperlink that leads to a website requesting credit card information. This website is not affiliated with E-ZPass in any way.

Recommendations1.Delete suspicious emails immediately.
2.Don’t click on any embedded links within unsolicited emails.
3.Contact the E-ZPass Customer Service Center at 1-888-288-6865 if you have received an unsolicited email demanding payment for unpaid tolls.

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