Evri has sent you a text message advising that your parcel was returned to depot because of the 1.45 shipping fee. Does it contain a link to evri-missed-item.com? It’s a scam! Do not fall for this scam!
Many people have reported their text message and its contents. This tells them to go to evri.missed-item.com to cancel a delivery or to go back to the original date.
This is how the evri scam SMS messages go:
Evri: Your package has an unpaid PS1.45 shipping fee. Pay this now at https://evri-missed-item.com. Your parcel will be returned to the depot if you fail to pay.
Don’t panic! It isn’t from a legitimate source. It is a phishing message that links to an Evri delivery site. Scammers have used the following fake websites:
The following numbers were also used by them:
Evri Missed Item Scam SMS Messages – How Does This Scam Work?
Scammers will claim that you have an undeliverable parcel. You need to pay the shipping fee or it would be returned to the sender. Here is the trick. These scammers will –
- Processing fee requests
- Trick you into submitting your financial information
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What should you do if you receive phishing messages like this?
No matter how convincing the message/mails may sound, you should not click on any of the links or send any personal information.