AT&T Internet Services Security Center

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AT&T Internet Services Security Center

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Can anyone verify that this is a real email from AT&T:

From: AT&T Internet Services Security Center [***@att.net]
Sent: Thursday, November 21, 2013 1:13 PM
To: ****
Subject: Final Notification©

 

AT&T account from an ; unrecognized device on Mon, Nov 11, 2013 1:59 PM WAT from Was this you? If so, please disregard the rest of this email. If this wasn't you, please follow the link below to keep your AT&T account safe.

Please do not reply to this message. Mail sent to this address cannot be answered.

Best wishes,

Warren
Managing Director, Customer Service

 

Please don't reply to this email – it's been automatically generated by our computer. If you need to get in touch, please use the contact link above. We sent this email to your email address because you subscribe to AT&T broadband.

 

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Re: AT&T Internet Services Security Center [jenniferturley614@att.net]

I'm pretty sure this is a phishing e-mail based on the encoded URL's. DO NOT click on the links or put your account infomation in if asked.  Someone with editing permissions should removed the links ASAP.

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Re: AT&T Internet Services Security Center [jenniferturley614@att.net]

As we know that we are in the world where internet becomes the basic of the everyone so the security of it is very essential. There are many internet security provider which provides the security with their best.

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