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Scammers use DHL delivery notice as hook for criminal behaviour

Editorial Staff

You should neither know nor care exactly what criminal activity lies behind the link in this e-mail. The fact that it's fraud from beginning to end should be enough.

*You have a shipment coming to you*

DHL Customer,

You have a package on its way.

This message was sent at
the request of Staples Inc to
notify you that the package has

been transmitted to our facility. To
verify the actual status of
a parcel, click here for
an invoice[Links to nowthatwevemet.com].


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Express. Providing you
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Yeah, right. Not to cast aspersions or anything - the domain to which the email links, ostensibly to obtain an invoice (which is bizarre in a mail about tracking) looks decidedly dodgy and possibly a pornographic website. Don't click to look.

The apparent sender is dhl@tryconsolidated.com

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