FedEx Delivery Scam Text: Do Not Click the Link

Cybercriminals are sending fake FedEx delivery text messages asking recipients to click a link in them to schedule a FEDEX delivery. The link in the messages goes to spam, fake survey, or phishing websites that trick visitors into purchasing unwanted services, steal their personal and financial information. Therefore, if you have received the fake messages, please do not follow the instructions in them.

FedEx Delivery Scam Text  Do Not Click the Link
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FedEx Delivery Scam Text: Do Not Click the Link