We just ran into this nasty little surprise at a client site yesterday. It's a virus posing as an overdue bill from E-Z Pass. The "Get Invoice" link will attempt to install a Trojan on the system. We happened to catch it right away so no harm was done.
It was delivered to our end-user's personal e-mail account on Comcast so our filtering system never had a chance to take care of the issue. We attempted to forward the message through our filtering system and it was denied immediately.
Watch out for this one, it is a very convincing e-mail. It is well built and appears graphically legitimate . However, the English language used in the message is poorly constructed and is the first clue that something is out of place. Also notable are the links pointing to a bogus trojan downloading site when hovering the mouse over them.
Be careful out there!
Screenshot of virus/trojan;
Trojan spam mail text:
You have not paid for driving on a toll road. This invoice is sent repeatedly, please service your debt in the shortest possible time.
Here's a link to an article on the BBB about the same scam; Scammers Pose as E-ZPass to Collect ‘Unpaid Tolls’