Ship Status GB Scam Text Message Linked to

Ship Status GB Scam Text Message Linked to

Scammers are sending the Ship Status GB scam text to potential victims in the UK. The scam text message claims a Kieran tried to deliver a shipment but no one was at home so they should reschedule by clicking a link in it that goes to the fake and phishing FedEx UK website at

The Ship Status GB Scam Text Message

Kieran tried to deliver your shipment today, but no one was home. To re-organise a new date for this, please visit: hxxps ://

On the phishing website, visitors will be asked to make a payment. But, if the requested personal and financial information that the website claims is needed for the payment is submitted, it will be sent to the scammers, who will use it fraudulently.

Therefore, online users who have been tricked into submitting their financial information on the Ship Status GB scam website, are asked to contact their bank for help.

Recipients of the scam text are asked not to click the link in it. They may post it in a comment below along with the telephone number it came to help inform others.

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  • April 2, 2022 at 10:49 AM by an anonymous user from: Greater London, England, United Kingdom

    Hello, I have been ordering a lot of stuff online recently and was convinced that it was real but I knew that I only ordered on amazon so thanks to this article I have not clicked on it and have removed the message before blocking the number.

    Thanks to this article I did not get scammed!


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