Below is yet another fake E-Zpass email. Note it is sent to my same proflowers email…telling me Proflowers sells their emails. Also worth noting, the “links” at the bottom of the email attempting to give the email some credit, are not actually links, just words.
They don’t get much more basic and obvious than this, but just in case you aren’t sure.
I actually thought this might be real at first, as we were just on a family trip where this might apply. The give-away points are highlighted. The From address is the biggest give-away. Also included the URL of where you would be taken if you clicked here.