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Fake and Phishing AT&T Websites - and

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Fake and Phishing  AT&T Websites - and

The phishing AT&T websites: and are fakes, designed to steal your AT&T user name and password. AT&T customers are receiving automated phone recording messages stating that they should go to the websites: and, to get a $150 or $230 Mega bonus. But, the websites were created by scammers, so AT&T customers should not visit or sign-in with your AT&T usernames and passwords on the fake websites, or else that information will be stolen.

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The fake websites: and, look exactly like the legitimate ATT website:, which is what will trick a lot of the scammers' potential victims, who will visit the websites and atttempt to sign in with their credentials.

If they attempt to sign-in to the fake websites using their userID / cellphone number and password, it will be sent to the scammers behind the bogus websites, who will their information to gain access to their accounts.

With access to the victims' accounts, the scammers may deactivate their device, add their own and rack up international calls and internet usage. They may also steal their identities.

If you were tricked into signing into the fake and malicious websites: and, 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.

Update: Persons are also receiving messages asking them to go to the following phishing or fake websites:


These bogus websites are similar to:
Bogus AT&T Phishing Website:

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