FAKE: FedEx, UPS or DHL Package Tracking Code GB-6412-GH83

Beware of phishing messages: “Hello mate, your FedEx package with tracking code GB-6412-GH83 is waiting for you to set delivery preferences: d9emz…. <link not added for safety>”; OR “Hello, [Your Name], your UPS package with tracking code GB-6412-GH83 is waiting for you to set delivery preferences: b6cnr…..<link not added for safety>”; OR “Hello [Your Name], your DHL package with tracking code GB-6412-GH83 is waiting for you to set delivery preferences: b4crk……<link not added for safety>” and so on.

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The reality of scam messages: “FedEx, DHL or UPS package with tracking code GB-6412-GH83 is waiting for you to set delivery preferences

The FedEx, UPS or DHL messages about the package with tracking code GB-6412-GH83 is nothing other than the phishing messages send with the intention to scam you. These messages are not from FedEx or UPS or DHL but from cybercriminals. So, whenever you got these kinds of messages, you should not click any link provided on these messages. Instead, you should contact the respective company to confirm either these messages are real or fake.

What is the motive behind FedEx, UPS or DHL fraud messages?

These kinds of messages are being sent by scammers to get your personal information so that they can scam you. So, you should not follow any instructions provided on these messages. If you click any link provided on these messages or download anything from these messages or follow any instructions, then you may end up losing your personal information. The links or files provided on these messages may contain some viruses or malware or spyware that can hack your device to get your personal information.

Once these cybercriminals get your personal information, they make money by selling those details. If they get your credit card information, even they can steal money from your credit card. So, you should not follow any instructions provided on these kinds of messages.

These cybercriminals are sending these messages from various numbers such as 760-963-6542, 951-497-378 213-446-9507, 323-308-9349, +12135097590, +14244403087, 1-209-681-1287, 1-213-479-8435, 1-213-706-2768, 1-213-910-9133, 1-714-651-5819, 424 440 3023, 8054714066, 7609081837, 714-697-3984, 916-398-1419, 213-610-4672, +1 213-952-1208, 203-355-3058 and so on.

Now you know these messages are not coming from the same number. This scammer is using multiple numbers to send similar messages. So, help us to report the number from which you are getting these types of messages by using the comment section below.

Now you know the reality of messages: “your UPS or DHL or FedEx package with tracking code GB-6412-GH83 is waiting for you to set delivery preferences“. So, if you still want to say something about it, then please feel free to leave your comment below. You can also comment below to report about similar kinds of scams or even to report about any kinds of scams. After all, we are here to spread awareness about the scams. So, let’s do it together. Let’s save innocent people from scams.

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