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Billing question

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Billing question

Good morning,I got the following this morning but we do our billing in the middle of the month so am thinking this is a scam and am just making sure. Thanks for your help. Rene

 "Hughes Support [dmaher@rcn.com]" 



Welcome
to HUGHESNET,
There was an issue
with your last subscription. Please use any of the below methods to update
your contact and billing information. 

Failure to revert will avert to service suspension.

UPDATE YOUR PAYMENT METHOD
Update
your credit card

Click this link to update or change the credit card you use to pay for your
HughesNet service every month.

MAKE A ONE TIME PAYMENT
Make a One Time Payment
Make a One Time Payment.

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agreement

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[edits: post edited to remote phishing scam links from urls]
2 REPLIES 2
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Re: Billing question

Hi Rene

This is most definitely a phishing scam e-mail. The best way to check is to hover over the links and look at the URL that appears. If it is not a HughesNet.com website - don't click it. Also, we will never send an email asking you to update your credit card information, as we use an internal system that pops up in your browser automatically if there is a problem. Please use the spam option for this email so that we can better improve our filters. 

Great catch!

Thanks,
Amanda