Scammers use X3fov Info to pretend they work for Google, Walmart, or USPS. These scammers send false system warnings, notifications or order confirmations to tell you to visit the link at

Online scams are popping up all the time, so we took the responsibility to review products, stores, and websites for financial safety.

This review will reveal everything you need about the text message and its fraud.

How does the X3fovinfo scam work?

Scammers created the text message to steal account credentials, financial and personal information. The scammers claim that they are from Microsoft, Google Amazon or other tech companies when you call the fake technical support phone number.

Here is where the scammer comes in.

These fraudsters will try to trick you into visiting phishing sites that steal your account credentials, financial and personal information. They might ask for remote access to your computer to install spyware and other malware.

Below , see one of the fake messages

USPS: The arranged delivery of the package 1z66246 was changed. This link is required to confirm:


You have (1) new message from Google

Are you being tricked by the scammers? Please change your passwords online and have someone verify that your computer is free from spyware or malware.

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