You may have received a tracking scam SMS text from USPpromptly, USP Promptly, or United States Postal Service with a link at Fake USPpromptly text claims that the package can’t be delivered to recipients because they have to verify their address. Beware! It’s a fraud.

Many people have received the scam SMS message from USPpromptly. The scammers created the link to steal your personal and financial information in order to defraud you.

USPpromptly tracking scam text 2022 – How does this Scam work?

This malicious text is not related to USPpromptly, as it’s obvious. Do not open attachments, click on links or provide any information if you receive an email that looks suspicious. Beware!

USPpromptly Tracking Scam Format

This is the format of the USPS tracking Scam:

From: +1-916-578-7030:

“Your courier cannot deliver and must update your address. hxxps:// – us9514961195221”

Be careful not to be misled. Do not click on the link. It’s SCAM!

Have you been sent a USPpromptly Tracking Scam text? Do the Following!

It is a scam and you should immediately delete the message. Do not forget to notify your loved ones. If they get such a message, they are asked not to click the link.