the "Scheduling Your Verizon Payment" Scam

the Scheduling Your Verizon Payment Scam

Verizon Wireless customers are asked to be aware of fake "Scheduling Your Verizon Payment" email invoices (see below), which claim that they have purchased products or services, and if you did not authorize the purchases or payments they should visit Payment Cancellation. The fake email invoices are being sent by scammers to frighten and trick the recipients into clicking on the links within them by claiming they need to do so in order to cancel the purchases and get a refund. But, once the recipients click on the link in the fake email invoices, they will be taken to a phishing website that steals personal, financial, and Verizon Wireless credentials (usernames and passwords).

Therefore, Verizon Wireless customers who have received email invoices appearing as if they were sent from Verizon Wireless, should avoid clicking on the links in them. They should instead, sign directly into their account by going directly to the following link:

The "Scheduling Your Verizon Payment" Scam

From: <>

Sent: Sunday, May 27, 2018 9:42 PM

Subject: Thank you for scheduling your Verizon payment 05/27/2018 #50233936 PAID

Confirmation of Payment Arrangement.

Thanks for scheduling a payment arrangement for one installment payment on your Verizon account. Here are the details for your records.

Payment Information

Today's date: 05/27/2018

Time: 8:16:06 PM EST

Payment Menthod: PayPaI <>

Payment amount: $232.41

Last 4 digits of your phone number:

Your confirmation number: 50698966

if you did not authorize this purchase, please visit Payment Center.

Questions about your service? Visit Us Online and we'll be happy to assist you.

Thanks for choosing Verizon.

© 2016 Verizon. All Rights Reserved.

Ensure Verizon emails reach your inbox by adding to your “safe” email list. Your email or Internet provider can provide instructions on how it works.

This email has been sent from an auto-notification system that cannot accept incoming email.

Recipients of the fake email voices who have clicked on the link in them, should change their Verizon Wireless password and contact Verizon Wireless Support for help. And, the best protection against phishing scams is to avoid clicking on links in email messages, social media messages, and text messages to sign into online accounts.

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the "Scheduling Your Verizon Payment" Scam