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Wednesday, May 14, 2014

New email scam?

Just received this:


Your parcel has arrived at May 7th, 2014. Courier was unable to deliver the parcel to you.

Print your label and show it in the nearest post office to get a parcel.

Print Shipping Label

Copyright 2014 USPS. All Rights Reserved.

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The link went to ""

If the "courier" (US SNAIL?) was unable to deliver, WHY should I have to print out a label?

Only the very naive would fall for this. 

Isn't the USPS' Postmaster General supposed to investigate mail fraud? How about using their initials in vain as a copyright?

1 comment:

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    This guy is a scammer. He claims to be able to fix a person's "online reputation" but it turned out to be nothing but a joke. His services are a joke.

    In short, this guy promises the world to you but doesn't deliver jack squat. DO NOT BUY FROM HIM HIS BOGUS SERVICES, YOU WILL JUST BE WASTING YOUR MONEY!

    Here is his full info.

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    His phone number: 1-888-805-6149 (Work)
    His Skype: simon.traffic
    His business address:
    40 E Main St Ste 529 Newark, DE
    19711-4658, United States

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