Recipients of Post Office text message scams like the one below, which claims their order could not be delivered, are asked not to click the links in them. The links go to fake or phishing Post Office websites created by scammers that steal account credentials, personal or financial information. Any financial information submitted on the fake and phishing Post Office websites will be used fraudulently by the scammers. Therefore, if you have been tricked by a Post Office Text Message scam, please contact your bank for help.
A Post Office Text Message Scam
Your Post Office order could not be delivered at 13:35 on 12/03 as no one answered the door.
Rebook at: hxxps://mydepot-reschedule-form.com
Scammer behind the fake text may send it from different telephone numbers and may use different links.
If you have received a Post Office text message scam, please post it along with the telephone number it came from in a comment below to help info others.