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Is ezaai.me a Scam? Fake USPS Deliver Package Texts

Is ezaai.me a Scam? Fake USPS Deliver Package Texts

If you have received any of the fake USPS package delivery text messages below, please do not follow the instructions in them. The fake messages are not from the USPS, but from online scammers, who are attempting to trick their potential victims into visiting phishing websites ezaai.me and fz15o.com. The phishing websites steal account credentials, personal and financial information. The same websites may also redirect potential victims to malicious websites that trick them into downloading and installing malware, or spam websites that trick them into buying bogus services or products.

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An Ezaai.me USPS Deliver Package Scam Text

From: 714-348-5839

In-transit now your USPS package with order no 9114 ……..will be delivered today with these coupons. Track here (ezaai.me).

Here is another USPS scam, but the link in this one goes to a different fake USPS website

Judy, this is Jane of USPS, we tried to deliver your package today but it is sent back to us. Please contact us here ASAP fz15o.com/e9uXlKnTPH

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  • February 24, 2021 at 1:37 PM by an anonymous user from: DeKalb, Atlanta, Georgia, United States

    I've gotten several of these texts. I was pretty sure they were scams, and I tried to contact the USPS to make sure, but of course, they don't answer phones. It wasn't until I tried searching the web address they provided that I found this page. Thank you for posting.

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