Beware of scam text messages and voice mails that are being sent by cyber criminals and that claim that they are from the USPS and they have a package that is pending collection and is addressed to your name. It is quite surprising to some people and makes it seem legit that these are actually addressed with the receiver’s name.
As you shall see in this review the text messages and voice mails are all from scammers and should not be trusted. If you have been scammed or have more questions regarding these n3smv.info USPS Voicemail Parcel Sorting Center Found Package Addressed or n4scn.info scam texts please let us know or please share the phone number and the text you received.
About the scam
The scam texts have been around for quite some time now. They are fake and fraudulent and they have been received by thousands of people in different states. They tell you that you have received a package or a parcel that is pending collection and when you have to click the link they put in the texts for you to get more details about your package. Do not trustbthse texts or click the links they are phishing scams and there is no package that is pending collection by you.
Already thousands of people if not hundreds of thousands have received these over the past few weeks. The police have been warning people about these scam texts and they are being sent by different numbers and have different links in this case the links are starting with n4scn.info or n3smv.info. If you have have received any such scam texts do not click on them or do whatever they tell you. They are scam texts and will put your phone at risk of being infected with malware or having your credentials stolen.