Have you recently got the following types of text messages in the name of China EMS (ePacket)?
- “Your jacrage with China EMS (ePachet) is now qn tragsit. http://vliestroom359 nl/n/?pxj793jbq110k“
If you have got messages similar to the above examples, you should know those are phishing messages send with the intention to scam you. That’s why you should not click any link provided on such messages, or download anything from such messages, or follow any instruction provided on such messages.
You may also get slightly different kinds of messages but if those messages look similar to the above examples, then definitely you should delete those fraudulent messages.
If you ever get confused and want to know either the message you received is a scam or legit, then you can contact the respective companies by directly going through their official website.
The main motive of these kinds of fraudulent messages is to steal your personal information which they will try to do in the following ways:
- By asking you to click the malicious link provided on the message which can hack your device.
- By tricking you to submit your credentials on the clone sites that look exactly similar to the renowned legit sites but with different domain names.
- By asking you to reply to them or call them back directly.
- so on.
Now you may be thinking about what they will do with your personal information, right? Well, they can sell that to third parties and make money out of that. If they got your credit card information or other payment processor details, they can directly steal your money.
Now you know that “Your jacrage with China EMS (ePacket) is now in transit. vliestroom359 nl/n/?pxj793jbq110k” text messages are nothing other than fake messages. So, if you want to make your friends and families aware of this scam, then please feel free to share this post through your social media accounts.
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