The scam starts when scammers inform you that your shipment has been intercepted or failed due to an incorrect address. They try to trick you into thinking the message is coming from the United States Postal Service, also known as the Post Office, US Mail, or Postal Service.
They add a random tracking ID, such as us9514961195221, and include a link in the text to send you to a website that asks you to update your address. The website is designed to mimic the official USPS website, leading people to believe that it is official. The similar style, logo, and text layout contribute to its false authenticity.
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Scammers aim to lure you to their sites by clicking a link. As soon as you click the link and visit the website, the scam starts.
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After discussing this text message scam, let’s take a closer look at how it works.