Port Authority warns of E-ZPass scam

An email phishing scheme is targeting E-ZPass motorists.

An email phishing scheme is targeting E-ZPass motorists.

WEEHAWKEN - (AP) - The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey is warning motorists about an email phishing scheme that's targeting E-ZPass motorists.
    
The email advises customers that they have not paid and to service their accounts with a downloadable invoice.
    
The Port Authority is advising motorists to delete the email because the E-ZPass Service Center does not email invoices for payments.

Anyone with questions can contact the E-ZPass Customer Service Center at 800-333-8655.

The Port Authority says this is an example phishing scam email:

Example Email

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