Scammers are using the fake DPD UK, edpd.co.uk, to scam online users. Therefore, if you have received an email or text message that claims you have a parcel at DPD's depot or warehouse, and ask you to click a link that goes to edpd.co.uk to reschedule a delivery, update your details, or pay a fee, please do not. This is just another parcel delivery scam that attempts to trick potential victims into visiting a phishing website that steals account credentials, personal and financial information. The legit DPD website is dpd.co.uk. The fake website has an "e" in the domain name.
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