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Phishing from @verizon.com address

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rightcoaster
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Phishing from @verizon.com address

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Got the following email, I assume it is a phish since VZ does not charge my credit card.

 

From:   Verizon Notification <verizon-notification@verizon.com>

Subject:  Your account will be cancelled soon

 

 

 




          Dear Verizon Customer,

          We're sorry, we were unable to charge your credit card associated with your Verizon account.

          To avoid a possible reactivation fee, please update your credit card information right away.

          Follow instruction below:
          {edited for privacy}

          Sincerely,

 

 

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