Started by kerick, February 21, 2023, 10:16:33 PM
Quote from: Gondor on February 22, 2023, 09:50:03 AMI always find scam emails relatively easy to spot. Some of them could tie in with McCulm's post about deliveries as several in the last few months have tried to imitate verious Courier firms and stair that a package for me can not be delivered etc, etc, etcand monies are required to allow the delivery to take place.First point is the email address, far to long and complicated to be from said courier whome I will have usually received delivery and notification from previously. Well I buy from eBay and elsewhere so I get a lot of deliveries by various couriers.Second point is the image, most of these emails have images which are quite nice. If I was half blind I may mistake the logo provided as being correct, or that the van and logo match. The worst that I have seen for this is a UPS imitation logo with an imitation FedEx van Third point is that they usually have my email address and the real courier will email to say they were unable to deliver on the day they had previously emaild me to say that my package would be delivered. Gondor
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