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Beware of scam emails pretending to be Autopay/OnePark

We have recently been alerted of a new scam email circulating that claims to be from Autopay / OnePark, promising users a refund for supposed unjust parking expenses.

What to Do If You Receive a Suspected Scam Email:

  1. Do Not Click on Any Links: Avoid clicking on any links or downloading attachments from the suspicious email. These could lead to malware or phishing websites.

  2. Do Not Reply: Do not respond to the email or engage with the sender. Scammers often use responses as confirmation that they've reached a valid email address.

  3. Verify with Autopay / OnePark: If you're unsure about the legitimacy of an email, independently contact Autopay/OnePark through official channels, such as our website or customer support hotline, to confirm its authenticity.

Best regards

The Autopay Team