A new variant of the USPS Redelivery scam has been identified. Scammers are using the phone number +66 82-707-3337 to send messages to people claiming that their package was delayed due to an incomplete door number. The message asks people to reply to the message and update their address by clicking on a link.
The link takes people to a scam site with the address hxxp://www.usinps.com/go/Tracking/D29P4. The site uses a fake tracking number (9214490240619237887393) to create a sense of legitimacy. The site then asks people to enter their address and press “Continue.”
It’s important to note that this is a scam, and there is no redelivery needed. The scammers are simply trying to trick people into giving away their personal information. The phone number and the website used in this scam are both fraudulent.
To learn more about this scam and how to protect yourself from it, read our detailed article titled “USPS Redelivery Text Scam: What It Is and How to Protect Yourself“. Stay vigilant and don’t fall for these types of scams.
|Name||USPS Redelivery Scam|
|Fake Claims||Incomplete Door Number, Package Delay, Redelivery Required.|
|Scammers’ Phone Numbers||+66 82-707-3337|
|Scammers’ Websites||Usinps.com (hxxp://www.usinps.com/go/Tracking/D29P4)|
|Fake Tracking Numbers||9214490240619237887393|
|Damage||Financial Loss, Identity Theft|
|Indicators of the Scam||Unsolicited Text Messages, Fake USPS Website, Requests for Personal Information|
|Prevention Tips||Never click on links from unsolicited messages, Verify the sender and website are legitimate, Do not provide personal information to unknown sources|
|Reporting Info||Report the scam to the USPS and the FTC (Federal Trade Commission) at reportfraud.ftc.gov.|