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Mon, Apr 4, 2022 3:39 AM

Game Time: Spot the Scam

Game Time: Spot the Scam

 

Real or Scam?

 

 

What's up, Trend Micro Community?!

 

 

Earlier this month, we introduced the first half of Spot the Scam, a new addition to The Community Game Time. To keep your thinking juices flowing, we will post mini-games, quizzes, and activities where everyone can join, play, and learn at the same time!

 

 

Now, for its second half, let us review this email. Picture yourself on your favorite couch, chillin' over the weekend, and you receive an email that your parcel delivery was rescheduled. Will you immediately open it? Will you ask yourself; is it legit or a scam?

 

 

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davevt31

Hustler

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41 Messages

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1.1K Points

Il y a 2 m

The gmail address is a giveaway.

Neophyte

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1 Message

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20 Points

Il y a 2 m

Postal Service wouldn’t send from a .gmail address.

Neophyte

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1 Message

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70 Points

Il y a 2 m

Scam. USPS does not contact people in that manner.

Neophyte

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3 Messages

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160 Points

Il y a 2 m

Scam, sender is a gmail address, plus services like this one usually address people using their first name.

Neophyte

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6 Messages

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200 Points

Il y a 2 m

What's the facility's location. Where exactly did my package land, who sent it.... ect...

Ummm, that's why I use tracking.

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Neophyte

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1 Message

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20 Points

Il y a 2 m

This is a scam because 1. the email address of the sender; 2. why are they asking for the valid shipping address.

Neophyte

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2 Messages

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90 Points

Il y a 2 m

Delete it.  It is a scam, I had several myself.

Regards Ilio Piewroni

Neophyte

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2 Messages

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90 Points

Il y a 2 m

I delete it as it is a scam, I had them my self.

Cheers Ilio Pieroni

Neophyte

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2 Messages

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120 Points

Il y a 2 m

The sender's email address is not a legitimate USPS address.

Neophyte

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5 Messages

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200 Points

Il y a 2 m

Is it my unicorn?...Ive been waiting for ..EVER!...please USPISSOFF...deliver it fast!

Neophyte

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2 Messages

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90 Points

Il y a 2 m

Could not crack it I have learnt from the posts 

Neophyte

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2 Messages

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90 Points

Il y a 2 m

Could not crack it I have learnt from the posts

Neophyte

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7 Messages

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194 Points

Il y a 2 m

scam real would be addressed to the customer by name. gmail another give away

Neophyte

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5 Messages

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192 Points

Il y a 2 m

I see five suspocious aspects.  The email address is a gmail, not USPS, and three grammar errors. "to our facility" should be "at our facility", a missing "an" befoe "incorrect"  and a missing "we will" before " reschedule". 

Also the link behind the "Update and reschudule" box looks nothing like a USPS address. 

Neophyte

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5 Messages

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200 Points

@ian24davidson​ speaking of spelling and grammatical errors..you might want to review your post...

Neophyte

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4 Messages

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170 Points

Scam. The Post Office doesn't handle undeliverable mail this way. If you're lucky, it will be returned to the sender. They don't try to find your correct street address, and they certainly don't track down your email.

Neophyte

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1 Message

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70 Points

Il y a 2 m

Gmail address is the scammer :(

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