Royal Mail Redelivery Package Email Scams

The fake Royal Mail Redelivery emails below inform recipients that they have missed a package delivery from HMRC Revenue & Customs and gives a link to reschedule the delivery. Do not click on any links in them or enter any details.

Royal Mail Redelivery Package Email Scams

Royal Mail Redelivery Email Scam

Royal Mail Redelivery Package Email Scam

Royal Mail

Unsuccessful delivery attempt

Package from: HM Revenue & Customs Package type: Large letter

Delivery date & time: Thursday, 12 November 2020 09:35

We attempted to deliver your package at 09:35 on Thursday, 12 November 2020 but no one was available.

Your parcel was returned to our depot and you need to reschedule your package delivery.

Please reschedule your package delivery by pressing 'Reschedule Now and one of our drivers will attempt to deliver your package.

Reschedule Now

Thank you, The Royal Mail Team

This is an automatically generated email. please do not reply to it.

Royal Mail Redelivery Package Email Scam

Royal Mail Redelivery Package Email Scam

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  • March 18, 2022 at 2:57 AM by an anonymous user from: Reading, England, United Kingdom

    Just received a text asking me to pay £2.99 to re-schedule a delivery from the Royal Mail. The tracking number provided was for a parcel delivered in November last year to an address in Coventry. This was the number the text was sent from

    44 7734 373616.

  • June 27, 2021 at 7:10 AM by an anonymous user from: E2, London, England, United Kingdom

    I have received a text which I think is fake, giving me a tracking number JA620582347GB

    This has to be a fake, as no name or address are given :

    Royal Mail: Your package has a £2.99 unpaid shipping fee. To pay this NOW please visit:

    It was from

    44 7425 282848

    How can this kind of thing be stopped

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Royal Mail Redelivery Package Email Scams