Beware spam bill that looks like it's from Exede

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Someone's doing a little phishing expedition: spoofing the look of our customer email format in an attempt to steal money. If you get this, delete it immediately and do not click on any of the links. The only websites you would visit to change your billing information would be My.Exede.net for Exede or myaccount.wildblue.net for Wildblue. We're doing what we can on our end to address this, including blocking this sender from exede.net and wildblue.net.


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Alex, Viasat Corporate Communications

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Posted 3 years ago

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Knight Rider

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Have to give them kudos though that is a good looking email they made.  Like you said though everyone has to be very careful these days when it comes to clicking on emails like that and just anything payment or account related be careful be mindful.  Emails like this get sent out to hundreds, or thousands of people daily and all the crooks need in just a few people a day to take the bate and they make tons of money at your expense. 
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HMC1940

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Thank you for posting that Exede fake billing  Exede/Alex.  Do have to be so careful anymore of emails, websites, etc.
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angela brooks

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The scammers are getting bolder and bolder with this. Which is why you have to just type in the proper website and just bookmark it. It wouldn't hurt to get some identity theft protection from Lifelock as well
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Bev, Champion

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Or if in doubt when you get an email like that, call Exede and not any phone number you don't already KNOW really is Exede.