Royal Mail Depot Scam - Failed to Deliver Parcel

I keep receiving e-mails which appear to be from Royal Mail, informing me that they’ve failed to deliver a parcel because there’s £2.95 postage to pay and they’re asking to pay online. So, I called Royal Mail Depot and the supervisor there checked it out and confirmed that it’s a scam, so beware folks and stay safe.

Royal Mail Depot Scam - Failed to Deliver Parcel

If you receive e-mail or text messages that appear to be from Royal Mail requesting money or personal details, I just delete them. Royal Mail will never send an email asking for credit card numbers or other personal or confidential information.

If you receive a suspicious email or discover a Royal Mail branded website which you believe to be fraudulent, please let Royal Mail know by completing their online form.. If you are the victim of a payment scam, you can obtain a crime reference number by reporting the incident to your local Police station.

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Royal Mail Depot Scam - Failed to Deliver Parcel