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Scam Examples

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Fraudsters are sending text messages to people nationwide claiming to be from eFlow. These messages usually express a tone of urgency, asking the receiver to click on a link and take an immediate action.

Typical actions include paying a toll or accepting new terms and conditions. eFlow does not send links in text messages. If you receive one, delete it immediately. The eFlow system has not been compromised or subjected to a data breach.

Below are some examples of the most common scam messages weโ€™ve seen and fraud websites created by scammers: