93001109246000000113602978 USPS Scam Delivery and Tracking

93001109246000000113602978 USPS Scam Delivery and Tracking

The United Parcel Service tracking number 93001109246000000113602978 is legit, but, it seems it is being re-used by scammers. It seems scammers operating fake stores re-use the USPS tracking number as proof that they have shipped items to their customers, when they actually did not.

How the Scam Works

Scammers can ship cheap item via USPS to themselves. When they collect the item, they retain the tracking number and send it to their customers in the same area. When the customer who paid for an item complains that they have not receive it and open a dispute with PayPal or other payment processors, they send them the used tracking number, which shows an item was delivered.

When someone uses the USPS tracking website to search for a tracking number, it shows the item or package has been delivered to an area, but it does not show the exact address, due to privacy concerns. This makes it virtually impossible to know for sure whether the customer actually received his/her item.

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  • June 11, 2023 at 10:06 AM by an anonymous user from: Atlanta, Georgia, United States

    Someone used this email address


    Saying I had a package delivered in may but the last thing I orders was in December

  • June 10, 2023 at 11:01 AM by an anonymous user from: Fishersburg, Indiana, United States



    This is the address and website used to send me this phishing message

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