Your AT&T wireless bill is ready to view

Don’t be fooled by this phishing attempt to get your AT&T account details (or worse). In the example below you will see that the “log in” link does not point to AT&T‘s website. A VirusTotal scan of the URL revealed that the target site  is “malicious”. Do not click on links or download attachments that may accompany this fake AT&T email. Flag the email as spam and delete right away!

If you have a genuine reason to be concerned about your bill you should visit AT&T’s website directly or call call their customer support department. See also AT&T’s website on phishing scams and how to protect yourself.

Sample:

Your AT&T wireless bill is ready to view

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6 comments
Vladz
Vladz

It is here again!

GZ
GZ

Hi there, I have recieved this Email as above. However, the funniest thing is, I personally lived In Hong Kong and never been to USA. Please SCAMER, do your homework before you actually commence for a crime.

Krishna Chandra Singh Sanger
Krishna Chandra Singh Sanger

If the money offered seems free,i.e.,obtained without working for it then it is a fraud. Nothing is free in life.

Ian
Ian

My mom got this exact message on her email, except the graphics were a little different. Good thing we looked this up right away (we were suspicious since none of us use AT&T), and deleted it!

Shelly
Shelly

Today my husband received a similar fake AT&T bill, but it was for a home phone and internet in the amount of $307. The bill really looked like the real bill. What tipped us off that it was fake was the fact that AT&T isn't our ISP, we don't use my husband's work email address for any bills, and our AT&T bill is only $28.

Stacey Coyle
Stacey Coyle

I am so grateful for discovering this! I have beeen a victim for 2 months now!!