The USPS Redelivery scam text below is being used by scammers to trick potential victims into visiting fake a USPS website that steals personal and financial information. The scam text claims the recipients package has arrived but cannot be deliver due to incomplete address information, it then asks them to click the link in it in order to pay for redelivery. But, USPS does not charge for redelivery.
The USPS Redelivery Scam Text
U.S.P.S - The package has arrived at the warehouse and cannot be delivered due to incomplete address information. Confirm your address at the hoops://www.usps.package-report.com (Copy the link to your Safari browser and open it)
On the phishing website, potential victims will be asked to make a payment for redelivery for package associated with 9300120111410471677883, a tracking number that is legit but it is being reused. If any information is submitted on the phishing website, it will be sent to the scammers, who will use it fraudulently.
The link goes to the fake and phishing USPS website:
If you hve submitted your credit card information on the fake USPS website, please contact your bank for help.