Deutsche Post: Customers targeted by scammers – you should be careful when dealing with this message
caution! With this scam, scammers want customers German Post trick…
Rude phishing messages are once again circulating on the Internet, whose purpose is to give the impression that a file German Post had sent it. But it is easy to spot counterfeit products.
Deutsche Post: Beware of scam emails
On Facebook, one user drew Post’s attention to the new wave of scam emails and posted a screenshot of one of them — and even had to admit that this was a “poorly executed” attempt to scam.
This is Deutsche Post DHL Group:
- Postal and parcel service providers as well as international express, freight, e-commerce and supply chain management service providers
- From 1998 to 2002, DHL was gradually acquired by Deutsche Post AG.
- A group with about 550,000 employees in 220 countries
- 66.8 billion euros in sales in 2020
The sender calls himself “DeutschePost”, but his email address is “[email protected]”. The subject line says “Shipment Tracking – Deutsche Post”. The customer should be fooled into thinking that it is about tracking their shipment.
Deutsche Post: Scammers send incorrect emails
Anyone who opens the email reads something about a failed delivery attempt, including the package number. For new delivery, you must pay additional shipping costs of € 1.99 under the link titled “Enter my delivery address”. But obvious spelling and grammatical errors quickly reveal fraud.
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For example, the word “customer” in the salutation is written in lowercase – and misplaced letters or identifiers run across the entire text.
Deutsche Post Thanks for the info
Deutsche Post DHL thanks the user in Facebook Personally for the advice and adds: “In order to be able to effectively combat fraudulent emails, send the suspicious email as an attachment (drag and drop it into a new email) to [email protected] de.” (at)