j7ssv info Scam Text Messages: I Tried To Deliver The Delivery

The website j7ssv.info is a scam, therefore, recipients of fake messages like the one below with a link to it should delete them. The link in the fake messages which claim someone tried to arrange a delivery for you but you weren't home, go to fake survey and phishing websites that steal account credentials, personal and financial information.

j7ssv info Scam Text Messages  I Tried To Deliver The Delivery

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"Hello, is this null? I tried to deliver the delivery for you but you were not home, please go to j7ssv.info/nqxFUiCwsT GD Trans"

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  • August 28, 2020 at 6:54 PM by an anonymous user from: Torrance, California, United States

    I received a text from 714-519-8547 saying, "<Name>, we found a package from June owed to you, please claim ownership and schedule for delivery here: <URL>

    Another from 917-208-9424: Hi, is this <name>? We tried to deliver a package for you but you were not home, please go to <URL> UO Trans

    How would I report these?

  • July 12, 2020 at 6:10 PM by an anonymous user from: Chicago, Illinois, United States

    I've been getting these text messages pretty much every day. Here are all the ones I've received (I redacted the name and URL):

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    <NAME>, forgive me for the short notice. I just saw a position near by that seems like a good opportunity, learn how - <URL>

    <NAME>, employers near <CITY> are still recruiting. Here is one posting you may like - <URL>

    HI <NAME> we were handing you a last minute offer to try out our new keto dieting & reduce 30 pounds in just 2 weeks <URL>

    HI <NAME> we were handing you a last minute offer to try out our new keto dieting & reduce 30 pounds in just 2 weeks <URL>

    Netflix: <NAME>, your 3 years free subscription will be given to someone else if not claimed by today: <URL>

    <NAME>, lose at least 30 lbs before Fourth of July with our groundbreaking keto pill: <URL> (Your free sample expires tonight}

    <NAME>, your iPhone 11 Pro is still unclaimed in our fulfillment center. Please schedule for delivery asap: <URL>

    We're back in stock, <NAME>! We sold out right after Oprah aired last week. Claim your FREE trial and lose up to 35 lbs in 3 weeks <URL>

    Hey, is this <NAME>? I tried to deliver a delivery for you but you weren't home, please go to <URL> RG Trans

    We're making obese people shine again! As featured on TV, lose 15 lbs in just 2 weeks! <NAME>, your free sample is here: <URL>

    We're making obese people shine again! As featured on TV, lose 15 lbs in just 2 weeks! <NAME>, your free sample is here: <URL>

    We're making obese people shine again! As featured on TV, lose 15 lbs in just 2 weeks! <NAME>, your free sample is here: <URL>

    We're making obese people shine again! As featured on TV, lose 15 lbs in just 2 weeks! <NAME>, your free sample is here: <URL>

    As Seen On TV: Shocking discovery MELTS FATS without changing your diet. <NAME>, you qualify for a $1 trial: <URL>

    <NAME>, your Netflix subscription has been renewed at no charge. Confirm your details here: <URL>

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    The links in the text messages are different every day, and the phone number is also different every day. The only things in common are:

    (1) The IP address of the server that hosts those links: 8.210.166.202. This IP address is owned by "Alibaba.com Singapore E-Commerce Private Limited". Please report the activity by sending an email to anti-spam@list.alibaba-inc.com

    (2) The domains for those links were bought from namecheap.com which is similar to godaddy.com. Please report the activity to them by opening a ticket here: https://support.namecheap.com/index.php?/Tickets/Submit

    If we all report this activity, they have to do something.

  • July 8, 2020 at 1:37 PM by an anonymous user from: Los Angeles, California, United States

    How do they know my name?

  • July 7, 2020 at 10:30 PM by info

    "Hey, is this Ronny? I tried to arrange a package for you but you were not home, please go to j7ssv.info/nqz;XUFntQ PR Trans"

    Here is another scam.

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