Sunday, April 21, 2024

Another EVRI Scam Text

I received the following text message earlier this week. 

EVRI Text Scam
It claims to be from EVRI stating that a parcel I was due to receive was damaged. The damage has caused my address to be lost and I am asked to click on the link to rectify the issue so I can receive my parcel.

I didn't click on the URL because it's obviously a scam of some kind whether it be to con you out of money or to get your details with the aim of getting some money out of you further on down the line.

The 'obvious' part of it being - if the company couldn't retrieve an address due to the damage, how were they able to get the customers' phone number to send the text message?

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