I got a couple of fake text messages from 0 868 14 50 58 with caller ID display names of Eyeverify, EireVerify, and Eire Verify. The fake texts, which are scams, claim my so-called parcel has been held at a shipping centre and I should click the link in them. If you follow the link (you should not do this) in the text messages, you will be taken to a website where you will be asked to pay €1.99. If personal and financial information is submitted on the same website, it will be stolen by the cybercriminals behind the fake and scam text messages.
An Eyeverify Scam Text
"Hi there - Your parcel has been held at our shipping centre. Please follow instructions here: 2vc.me/WlwKX -> hxxps://package.universalpackagesystem.club/".
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