Transportation officials are warning drivers about a scam involving E-ZPass.
They said scammers are sending emails pretending to be the electronic toll collection system.
The emails claim to be trying to collect unpaid tolls.
However, E-ZPass said it does not send out emails for payment. It said it only sends invoices through the U.S. Postal Service.
E-ZPass called the emails a phishing scam.
If anyone gets an email that appears to be from E-ZPass, users were urged to not open it or respond.
Questions about the validity of any correspondence between E-ZPass and consumers could always be verified by contacting E-ZPass directly.
While Connecticut currently does not have toll roads, New York and Massachusetts do.
New York drivers can learn more information here.
Massachusetts drivers can learn more here.
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