USPOKS United States Postal Service Text Message Scam

USPOKS United States Postal Service Text Message Scam

Scammers are sending United States Postal Service(USPS) text message scams with a link to the fake and phishing website The fake USPS website has been created by scammers to steal account credentials and personal and financial information. If the link in the USPS text message scam text is clicked, potential victims will be taken to the USPOKS website where they will be asked for their information. If the requested information is submitted, it will be used fraudulently by the scammers.

Therefore, recipients of United States Postal Service text messages with a link to are not to follow the instructions in it. They may post the text in a comment below along with the telephone number it came from. This will help inform others.

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  • May 10, 2022 at 5:50 PM by an anonymous user from: Los Angeles, California, United States

    The scam/phishing message appeared on my phone on April 30, 2022. The phone number it came from is (939)246-6675. The message reads: "The package cannot be delivered because the address is incomplete. Please update the complete address. https://www.uspoks dot com." I spelled out ".com" so as not to take a chance someone might accidentally click on it.

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USPOKS United States Postal Service Text Message Scam