Hermes Parcel Fee Scam Linked to Parcel-schedule .co.uk

The Hermes Parcel Fee scam text message below contains a link that goes to the fake and phishing website, parcel-schedule.co.uk. The fake Hermes parcel website steals personal and financial.

Hermes Parcel Fee Scam Linked to Parcel-schedule .co.uk

The Hermes Parcels Scam Text

Hermes Redelivery Scam Text

Hi, sorry we missed you. Our driver will be attempting to re deliver tomorrow. Please reschedule and cover the £1.45 service fee here: parcel-schedule.co.uk.

The link in the fake text message goes parcel-schedule.co.uk, the fake Hermes parcel website.

The Fake Hermes Parcel Website - parcel-schedule.co.uk

parcel-schedule.co.uk

On the fake website, visitors will be asked personal and financial information. If the requested information is submitted, it will be submitted to the scammers responsible for the fake website.

If you were tricked by the Hermes Redlivery scam and submiting your financial information on parcel-schedule.co.uk, please contact your bank for help.

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  • April 26, 2021 at 3:41 AM by an anonymous user from: E2, London, England, United Kingdom

    Nearly fell for it, one of the giveaways I noticed is that the phone number it came from was 44 which means it originated outside the UK. why can't these numbers be traced and the originators prosecuted?

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Hermes Parcel Fee Scam Linked to Parcel-schedule .co.uk