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Beware of "Verizon Suspension Notice" Phishing Scam at www.vzwsuspension.com

2016-05-30T12:42:54 -  +
Beware of "Verizon Suspension Notice" Phishing Scam at www.vzwsuspension.com

The Verizon suspension notice below, which claims that the recipients’ Verizon Wireless accounts details must be updated to avoid service cancellation or suspension, is a phishing or text message scam sent by scammers. The fraudulent text or SMS message contains a link that goes to the fake Verizon Wireless website: "www.vzwsuspension.com," which was created by cybercriminals to steal their potential victims’ Verizon accounts information, such as username, password, PIN, SSN, credit card and personal information.

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The Fraudulent Verizon Suspension Notice Text or SMS Message

From 806-305-2821
Verizon Suspension Notice : Update account details to avoid service cancelation. Tap http://www.vzwsuspension.com for more details.

Remember, the website: “www.vzwsuspension.com,” in the fake Verizon message, goes to a phishing website created by cybercriminals to steal online users' account credentials, financial and personal information. Therefore, recipients of the fake email message are asked to delete it and should not follow the instructions in it.

To help protect against phishing scams, it is best not to click on a link in an email message, text or SMS message, chat message or any other form of communication, to sign into online accounts. This is because scammers or cybercriminals can disguise malicious or phishing links to look like legitimate ones. Therefore, it is recommended that online users go directly to their service providers’ websites and sign into their accounts from there instead. And, if there is something wrong with their accounts or they need to view a message, all of that will be shown to them after signing in.

Verizon Wireless customers are asked to always go to Verizon Wireless’s website using the link below, to sign into their accounts:

Verizon Wireless customers who have already been tricked by the fraudulent text message, should contact Verizon for help immediately, before their accounts are hijacked and used fraudulently by scammers or cybercriminals.

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