Scam Messages with Links m9sxv.info or m8skk.info – urgent or important alert or final notification or notice for or regarding your USPS package or USPS shipment or about your USPS shipment or delivery OR we received a parcel owed to you. Please claim ownership and schedule for delivery

Beware of phishing messages with m9sxv .info, m8skk .info etc. links coming from various numbers like 916-402-0683, 803-334-9560, 714-686-8341, 646-830-4936, 503-388-2754, 470-505-3095, 347-330-9287, 332-600-2965, 302-480-3659, 216-816-8110 and so on such as:

  • “NAME, urgent notification for your USPS package 2I62F2 from 03/09/2020. Click: m9sxv .info/lbHkkjonCr”
  • “NAME, final notification about your USPS shipment 4G38I5 from 08/06/2020. Proceed to m9sxv .info/lbHkkjpLQT”
  • “NAME, we received a parcel from June owed to you. Please claim ownership and schedule for delivery here: m8skk .info/raKGUnxkgr”
  • “NAME, important alert about the USPS shipment I31J7 from 05/02/2020. Go to: m9sxv .info/lbHkkjCTX0”
  • “NAME, important alert regarding your USPS package G22J1 from 07/27/2020. Click: m9sxv .info/lbHkkj53LM”
  • “NAME, important notification regarding your USPS delivery 6H38J4 from 07/24/2020”
  • “NAME, urgent notification for USPS package 6J8L5 from 04/13/2020”
  • “NAME, urgent notice regarding your USPS package 8L94R2 from 05/08/2020.”
  • “NAME, final alert for your USPS delivery J45J4 from 03/09/2020.”
  • “NAME, important alert about the USPS shipment 3S32G7 from 03/09/2020.”
  • “NAME, final notification for your USPS shipment 8H64H8 from 05/15/2020.”
  • “NAME, urgent notification for the USPS shipment 2L2J2 from 6/17/2020.”
  • “NAME, final notice about your USPS package 8K23K8”
  • “NAME, final notice for your USPS package 3D13F1 from 05/11/2020.”
  • “NAME, final notice regarding your USPS shipment 7F9716 from 07/28/2020.”
  • “NAME, urgent notice regarding the USPS package 6I27K1 from 03/26/2020.”
  • “NAME, urgent notification for your USPS delivery package 2L2J3”
  • “NAME, final alert for your USPS shipment D66L5 from 8/11/2020”
  • “NAME, final notification for your USPS package 1D51F6 from 03/24/2020.”
  • “NAME,  important notification regarding the USPS package 1H91J2 from 04/03/2020.”
  • “NAME, we found a parcel from April pending for you. Please claim ownership and schedule for delivery here”
  • NAME, we found a package from July owed to you. Please assume ownership and confirm for delivery here
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The reality of fake message – urgent or important alert or final notification or notice for or regarding your USPS package or USPS shipment or about your USPS shipment or delivery. Proceed to or Go to or Click: m9sxv .info OR we received a parcel owed to you. Please claim ownership and schedule for delivery here: m8skk .info and so on.

The fraud messages: urgent or important alert or final notification or notice for or regarding your USPS package or USPS shipment or about your USPS shipment or delivery. Proceed to or Go to or Click: m9sxv .info OR we received a parcel owed to you. Please claim ownership and schedule for delivery here: m8skk .info, and so on are nothing other than the phishing messages send with the intention to scam you. These messages are not from any genuine company but are from scammers. So, whenever you got these kinds of messages, you should not follow any instructions provided on these messages. Instead, you should contact or check on the official website of the respective company (if mentioned any on these scam messages) to confirm either these messages are real or fake.

Beware of fraudulent messages: “urgent or important alert or final notification or notice for or regarding your USPS package or USPS shipment or about your USPS shipment or delivery: m9sxv info" OR "we received a parcel owed to you. Please claim ownership and schedule for delivery here: m8skk info”

What is the motive behind fraud “urgent or important alert or final notification or notice for or regarding your USPS package or USPS shipment or about your USPS shipment or delivery. Proceed to or Go to or Click: m9sxv .info” OR “we received a parcel owed to you. Please claim ownership and schedule for delivery here: m8skk .info” messages?

These kinds of messages are being sent by scammers to get your personal information so that they can scam you. They may ask you to click some link and submit the personal details on the fake website posing the real ones or call them or message them where they will trick you to submit your personal details. So, you should not follow any instructions provided on these messages. If you click any link provided on these messages or download anything (if provided any) 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 messages may not come from the same number or same email or in the name of the same company. These scammers may use multiple numbers, emails, and the name of companies to send similar messages. The few examples of scam text messages are:

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Now you know the reality of messages: urgent or important alert or final notification or notice for or regarding your USPS package or USPS shipment or about your USPS shipment or delivery. Proceed to or Go to or Click: m9sxv .info” OR “we received a parcel owed to you. Please claim ownership and schedule for delivery here: m8skk .info, etc. 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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