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Delivery Scams Imitating Amazon, UPS, FedEx And DHL Are On The Rise

MatrixShopping

Published  9 months ago

As online shopping sees its biggest holiday season ever, hackers are sending fake delivery notices impersonating Amazon, UPS and FedEx, with scams up 72% from last year and 440% from October to November. Clicking a fake shipping notification link can launch ransomware or launch a counterfeit branded site to trick users into entering credit card and personal information to “reroute” a package that never existed.

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Delivery Scams Imitating Amazon, UPS, FedEx And DHL Are On The Rise

 

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