Enthusiast - Level 3

Hello All, In the off chance some new users might not have ever been the recipient of a phishing email, the one from {edited for privacy} is boilerplate phishing. He wants your sign in ID, password, and other personal information. Obviously anything of this nature, if legitimate, would emanate from Verizon itself. One wonders how it got past the phishing filters @ Verizon...   If you're on these forums this is probably not exactly news to you, but just in case it might help a novice I thought I would post it.      cbe77

Re: Phishing
Champion - Level 3

Also, Verizon (and most reputable companies) will never ask for your password. They already have it.