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UPS-SMS Scam Unpaid Customs Charge

The UPS SMS text messages below, which claims there was an attempt to deliver a package, but an unpaid customs charge is outstanding, are fakes. The fake messages are scams created by cybercriminals to steal their potential victims' personal and financial information. Therefore, recipients of the same text messages are asked not to click the link in them.

UPS-SMS Scam Unpaid Customs Charge
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UPS-SMS Unpaid Customs Charge Scam

We have attempted to deliver your package UPS0164XXXX, but there is an unpaid customs charge. Follow the instructions here: XXXXXX" I checked the package id on the genuine UPS website, but the Tracker stated it was an invalid number. I have reported it to UPS.

We have attempted to deliver ur package UPS016448296GB, but there is an unpaid customs charge. Follow the instructions here: https://bit .do/fK64f

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