EVRI Text Message Scam Requesting Payment

EVRI Text Message Scam Requesting Payment

Please be aware of EVRI text scam messages requesting payment for the redelivery of items. The scam texts contain a link that goes to a page purporting to be EVRI. The fake page will ask visitors to submit their personal and financial to make payment, but any information submitted will be used fraudulently. And remember, EVRI will never ask you to pay for redelivery. If you have any doubts, please just ask one of the local couriers.

If you have been tricked by an EVRI scam message into disclosing your credit card information, please contact your bank immediately for help.

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EVRI Text Message Scam Requesting Payment