You may have received a tracking text scamming claiming that your shipping information was incorrect and that your item could not be delivered. Beware! It’s a fraud.

Many people have received this fraudulent text message from This scam text message actually contains a link. It was designed by scammers to steal your personal and financial information in order to defraud.

What is USPS Tracking?

The USPS Tracking service offers end-to-end tracking for domestic mail products. It is available to most large domestic mail products, including limited Army Post Offices and Fleet Post Offices. Diplomatic Post Offices and ZIP codes in U.S. territories, possessions and Freely Associated States.

The tracking number associated to a mailpiece can be entered into the USPS Tracking page. This will give you current status and other tracking information. This information includes, if possible, delivery and/or attempted deliveries as well as the location of the item (mailboxes, neighbors, reception desks, etc. ).

USPS Tracking Scam Text 2022: How Does This Scam Work?

This malicious text is not related to USPS, it’s obvious. Do not open attachments, click on links or provide any information to suspicious emails. Beware!

US Tracking Scam Format

This is the format of the USPS tracking Scam:

[U.S. [U.S. Postal Service] Sorry to inform you that your package was not delivered. For information on how to reschedule delivery, please visit http://bit(]

You can also get it in this format:

From: +1-916-578-7030:

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

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

What is the USPS Tracking Scam Code? 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.