Fraud & security
Fraudsters always look for new ways to take advantage of people. That’s why we monitor our network 24/7. We want to help you stay safe wherever you use our products and services.
Remember, AT&T will never ask you to send us your personal or account information via email or text message. You can forward suspicious emails to AT&T Internet Security at firstname.lastname@example.org and suspicious texts to 7726 (SPAM).
Learn more about reporting fraud
Scammers may call your landline, digital phone, or smartphone. Or, they may send you a text message. Learn about phone or text scams and security tips, including how to report each type of fraud or scam.
Viruses are always a risk on computers, tablets, and smartphones. Learn about device and equipment scams, get security tips, and learn how to report fraud if it occurs.
Fraudsters often email you a bad link or attachment, hoping you’ll click on it. Learn about email scams and security tips, including how to report each type of fraud or scam.
We offer ways to help keep your AT&T user ID and your AT&T accounts secure. Learn how to manage your AT&T passwords and account passcodes and protect your account.
Fraudsters have many ways to try and steal identity details such as your name, date of birth, address, or Social Security number.
They may try to trick you in a phone call, text message, or email. They may steal your information in other ways.