Beware of Phishing Scams

Protect Yourself from Fake Tracking Codes

Stay vigilant for phishing scams impersonating the U.S. Postal Service. Researchers have discovered that fake USPS websites attract as much traffic as the official USPS site. These scams are frequent, especially during holidays. Remember, the only trustworthy website for USPS information is

Some common fake sites include and Always track your packages using the original tracking email, rather than any follow-up texts you may receive, whether they appear real or fake.

Understanding the Threat

The Dangers of Phishing Attempts

Phishing attempts are fraudulent efforts by cybercriminals to obtain sensitive information such as usernames, passwords, and credit card details. These scams often masquerade as legitimate communications from trusted entities.

One common tactic involves sending fake tracking codes that appear to be from reputable delivery services. These codes often lead to phishing websites designed to steal your personal information.

It’s crucial to stay vigilant and recognize the signs of phishing attempts to protect yourself and your data. Always verify the source of tracking codes and avoid clicking on suspicious links.

Stay Safe from Phishing Attacks

If you have encountered any suspicious emails or need more information on how to protect yourself, please reach out to us. Your safety is our priority.

Report Phishing to the FCC

Scammers use email or text messages to trick you into giving them your personal and financial information. But there are several ways to protect yourself, including reporting activity to the FCC.