Another e-mail scam is making its rounds, this time involving E-ZPass.

The traveling public is warned to use caution if you receive an e-mail purportedly from E-ZPass. If you get a message like the one shown above, it is not from E-ZPass and it's likely a phishing scam. Don't open the e-mail -- if you do, do not click on the link and provide any personal information. If you have any questions about the validity of a message from E-ZPass, contact them immediately.