On the off chance that you have an I-Pass account, be keeping watch for messages from E-ZPass expressing you owe cash for missing costs; they’re no doubt a phishing trick and ought to be erased right away.
As per the Illinois Interstate, some I-Pass clients have been getting phishing messages from the “E-ZPass Assortment Organization” with the subject titles of by the same token “Falling behind financially for driving on expressway” or “Installment for driving on expressway”. Assuming that you see both of these messages in your inbox, erase them right away. They are a phishing trick that is utilizing the E-ZPass logo and letterhead falsely fully intent on taking cash.
In the event that you truly do get one of these messages, this is the very thing you ought to do as per an assertion from the Illinois Expressway;
Fortunately up until this point, no I-Pass accounts have succumbed to this phishing trick, however we as a whole should know that the opportunity exists. The Illinois Interstates likewise encourages any individual who gets a phishing email to report it to www.ic3.gov with the goal that other policing the nation over know about this unlawful way of behaving.