There's a fake DPD email doing the rounds that people should be on alert about.
It falsely claims - to the email recipient - that a package has a 'wrong address' and that the driver has tried multiple times to call.
The recipient then has to click on a link. I don't know for sure what happens after that because there is no way I am going to click on anything. However, I would not be surprised if it leads to a fake DPD website where the 'mark' is asked to add his or her address and then pay a fee for redelivery.
That's an assumption on my part, but I have a strong feeling that it's a very good guess.
Here is an example of the email just so you know what to look out for.
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