The fraudulent email says "that all of the recipient's insurance policies have been cancelled," the release stated. The state
"Consumers should not click on any links contained with the email message, and should immediately delete the email," the release said.
Anyone who receives the email should report it to the
As of Friday, the department had received calls from consumers in
"We believe it is a phishing expedition to get consumers to provide their personal information," Carr said.
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