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Fake ATT Websites - attdollarpoints .com - ivoteatt .com - yourattsavings .com

Date: March 26, 2014 3:25 AM - Views: 1,681 - Comments: 3
Fake ATT Websites - attdollarpoints .com - ivoteatt .com - yourattsavings .com

The phishing AT&T websites: www.Attdollarpoints .com, www.ivoteatt .com and www.yourattsavings .com are fakes, and were designed to steal your AT&T user name and password. AT&T customers are receiving an automated phone recording message stating that they should go to these websites to get credit to your accounts or money back. Do not sign in with your AT&T user name and password on these websites, or else it will be stolen.

The fake websites: www.Attdollarpoints .com, www.ivoteatt .com and www.yourattsavings .com look exactly like the legitimate AT&T website: http://www.att.com/.

Whatever you do, do not enter your AT&T sign in or login information on these malicious websites.

If you try to sign-in to these fake websites by entering your userID / cellphone number and password, it will be sent to the scammers behind these bogus websites. With your sign-in information, these people will be able to gain access to your account.

With access to your account, they may deactivate your device, add their own and rack up international calls and internet usage. They may also steal your identity.

If you were tricked into entering your sign-in information on the fake and malicious websites please change your password. If you are unable to change your password, please contact AT&T by telephone.

Scammers will be creating more bogus websites and phone recordings to lure persons into their traps. If you receive any e-mails, text messages, or phone calls claiming that you have won something and that you need to go to a particular website in order to claim your prize, please contact AT&T to verify this promotion.

The automated phone calls came from the following numbers:

  • 1-800-150-1427
  • 800-239-2028

These bogus websites are similar to:

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  • Anonymous: 5 months, 1 week ago

    I have repeatedly received garbled message to go to ivoteatt .com and retrieve $500 off next bill. Most recent number was 800-294-2546. I assumed was a scam and never tried website till now and then saw all sorts of messages about it being a scam. I live in St. Louis, MO. ~


  • Anonymous: 5 months, 2 weeks ago

    what do you do if you typed in your information? ~


    • info: 5 months, 2 weeks ago

      Change your password and contact AT&T. ~


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