Have you received text or email spam messages?
If you received a suspicious:
- Text Message: Do not reply!
Forward suspicious text messages to SPAM (7726).
- Email: Do not reply!
Call 611 and ask for our Fraud Department or forward the message to email@example.com.
- Phone Call: Hang up!
Also, do not click any link or call any number provided in any suspicious message.
The support you'll find on the page should help you protect your accounts, your devices, your information and yourself.
Protect yourself from ...
Text message spam
Text message spam or "SMiShing" uses text messages to get your personal info.
Email spam is more than just the annoying online version of junk mail. Review these tips to better protect yourself.
Social media scams
Get smart and better avoid fraud on social media, dating apps, and similar websites.
Help to investigate and stop suspicious text messages by reaching out directly to teams ready to help:
- Forward suspicious text messages to SPAM (7726). Messages forwarded to 7726 are free for AT&T customers and will not count toward your texting limits.
- If you think a caller is trying to scam you, hang up.
- If you get a suspicious email or text, do not reply. Call 611 and ask for our Fraud Department or forward the email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Forward a suspicious text message to the Anti-Phishing Working Group at email@example.com
- Report suspicious texts to the FTC.
- Report robotexts at https://www.att.com/t/fraud/en/index.html#report
Learn more cybersecurity tips and ways to better protect yourself at Cyber Aware.