in Delivery Scam Emails by Scam Alert Editor

This one can be ugly.
First, I want to thank our friends at ProFlowers.com for selling my email address.

Yes, I go to the extent of setting up specific email for services I use so I can tell who is selling my email address.

This way I know who to stop using.

First clue this is a scam email? The return address somewhere in Australia.

Second clue?  The delivery address…since I know I set that up.

Third clue?  Well, it just looks obvious to me.  Anyhow, I expect the USPS to have better grammar (companys vs. company’s).

Plus, delivery attempts leave that little card, they never have you print something out and bring it in.

FYI, this thing isn’t harmless, if you click the print shipping label “button” you’ll download some bad stuff.

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About Scam Alert Editor

Just a guy trying to help folks out. SPAM is getting trickier every day. Scam calls also get more believable daily. Be careful out there.

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