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Atmos Warns of New Email Scam

As north Texas residents crank up the heat against the cold, Atmos Energy is warning them to also crank up their vigilance against scammers.
As north Texas residents crank up the heat against the cold, Atmos Energy is warning them to also crank up their vigilance against scammers.

Atmos says there is a widespread email scam which contains bogus bills from Atmos.

Officials say the billing message makes reference to an account number and contains a link to spam. The fraudulent email tells gas customers the link will take them to a site to view their bill, but instead it takes them to a website that can download malware.

Atmos says if the account number on the email does not match your account or the email appears suspicious, do not click onto the link. If you have questions, you can contact Atmos toll free at 1-888-286-6700.
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