WTAE.com - September 28, 2015 - The Pittsburgh Tribune Review reports - the program will require drivers at the Beaver Valley Expressway and the Delaware River Bridge in Bucks County to use E-ZPass or have their license plates scanned by cameras and pay a monthly bill. Read more >>
The E-ZPass Group is an association of 26 toll agencies in 15 states that operates the extremely successful E-ZPass electronic toll collection program. E-ZPass enjoys tremendous brand recognition and high levels of customer satisfaction, and is the world leader in toll interoperability, with more than 28 million E-ZPass devices in circulation.
While this website is primarily intended as a resource for our staff and member agencies and much of this site is therefore password protected and not available to the general public, you will find some basic information about the E-ZPass program. More detailed information can be obtained by contacting the E-ZPass service center of one of our member agencies.
Due to an international phishing scheme many customers and non-customers have received emails claiming to be from E-ZPass regarding a "missed" or "unpaid" toll or a notice to appear. These notices will have email addresses that do not match an E-ZPass agency.
E-ZPass agencies will mail failure to pay notices to the registered vehicle ownerâ€™s address. If you are not a customer and get this email it is a scam.
If you have any questions about the validity of any message received from E-ZPass, please contact your E-ZPass Customer Service Center.
The CyberCrimes Division of the FBI is aware of the issue. Anyone recieving this scam email and/or may have fallen victim to this is encouraged to file a complaint with the internet crime complaint center.