Postoffice-GB Scam and Fraudulent Text Linked to

Postoffice-GB Scam and Fraudulent Text Linked to

Scammers are sending the Postoffice-GB scam text messages below with links to fake and phishing websites and The phishing websites purport to be from the UK Post Office and claim there was an attempt to deliver a parcel but no one was at home. The websites will then request a fee for the re-delivery and request credit card details and security code. But, if the requested information is sent, it will be used fraudulently.

Postoffice-GB Scam Text Messages

Simon attempted to deliver your parcel today but no one was home. To reschedule a new delivery date, visit :https@//

Simon attempted to deliver today your parcel but no one answered. Reschedule & track parcel at:

If you have been tricked by the Postoffice-GB scam and have submitted your credit card information, please contact your bank for help.

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