Fedex iPhone 11 Scam: Do Not Click the Link

Fedex iPhone 11 Scam  Do Not Click the Link

Scammers are sending fake FedEx messages asking recipients to click a link in them to schedule the FEDEX delivery of their "free I-Phone 11". The messages then claim the recipients need to pay a surcharge of one dollar for the delivery. This is a scam and if you have received the fake messages, please do not follow the instructions in them.

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Fedex iPhone 11 Scam: Do Not Click the Link