d1fmr FEDEx Delivery Shipped Notification Message Scam

d1fmr FEDEx Delivery Shipped Notification Message Scam

The fake FEDEx Delivery Ship notification text message below with a link to d1fmr.info is a scam and spam being sent by online spammers and scammers. Therefore, recipients are asked not to click the link in the fake text messages, they should just delete them.

The FEDEx Delivery Shipped Notification Scam

FedEx: delivery 59067 report: shipped. Track here d1fmr.info/qNigSd5dkJ

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  • October 13, 2020 at 3:03 PM by an anonymous user from: Harpswell, Maine, United States

    Got one of these today. Clicked on the link and found myself at a site which promised a new iPhone 12 for $1, if I would just complete a nine question survey from xfinity.com, which is my cable and phone provider. Filled out the survey, clicked the “claim” your phone button, and was asked to enter my name email address and phone. I did that I was then redirected to a website called gamesley.com which asked for my credit card information. Got suspicious and checked on that site. Sure enough, a scam! Don’t fall for it!

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