We have identified common examples of fraudulent emails. Review these examples and report and remove any messages with similarities.Webmail upgrade
The message says your email inbox messages are pending or have been put on hold due to a recent webmail upgrade.Account verification
The subject line refers to account shutdown, and the email asks you to verify your account. Account Sign-in
The subject line refers to a new or past-due account balance, and the email asks you to sign in to your account. Payment details
The email appears as a payment confirmation, and then asks you to open an attachment to review payment details.Note:
Remember, it may be something other than email. It can also be text messages, phone calls, and more. Hackers are always thinking of new ways to scam unsuspecting customers, and those scams don't always come in the form of email. Don't provide any information if you're not sure that the website you're visiting is owned by AT&T.