Package Renew Scam and USPS Tracking Scam

Package Renew Scam and USPS Tracking Scam

If you have received a Package Renew USPS Tracking text scam below with a link to, please do not follow the instructions or click the links in it. This is because the fake USPS package text message is being used by scammers to trick potential victims into visiting The website is a fake and phishing USPS website that steals account credentials, personal and credit card information.

The Package com Renew Scam Text

Package Renew Scam Text Linked to

USPostal: Your package has arrived at the transit center, but we are unable to continue delivery due to missing address details.


USPS Customer Service

The stolen information will then be used fraudulently by the scammers. Therefore, if you have been tricked by the USPS scam text into disclosing your credit card information, please contact your bank for help.

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Package Renew Scam and USPS Tracking Scam