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jackjons » Wed Oct 02, 2019 5:41 pm
The caller will send an email that claims fraud was detected on your account. They will leave a number to call back. If you call back, you'll be asked to provide a pin that the scammer sent you via email. Once the scammer has the pin, they can manipulate the password reset verification system and access your account. Verizon says if this happens, devices can be financed in your name. The company says if you receive a suspicious email - do not reply. Verizon technical support always gives 24/7 service for email issues. If you have faced Verizon problems with any type of issues in the Verizon email account just click on our website or/ and dial our toll-free number and get an instant Verizon Support by our specialist Email support team.