Mar 13 / Admin

New Scam Alert: UPS Shipping Scam

TrendMicro reported:   

The attached phishing link will take you to a fake UPS tracking page that’s designed to record any information you submit, including your home address and credit card details.

Impersonating trusted brands, scammers contact you using excuses like bogus security alerts or fake package notifications via text message or email — always with the goal of getting you to click on phishing links.

They try to prompt you into completing various tasks after clicking on the links, for example, “verifying” your account or filling out an online form. For example, they send you fake delivery notifications and take you to a fake delivery tracking page:

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