USPS Delivery Attempt Fail Notification - SPAM Warning!!!!

USPS Delivery Attempt Fail  Notification - SPAM Warning!!!!   One of the reasons that thes

USPS Delivery Attempt Fail  Notification - SPAM Warning!!!!


One of the reasons that these types of spam are so successful is that we are all receiving packages constantly due to the morphing of retail to an Amazon-type delivery system rather than the town or high street experience. Now obviously this means that it is easy to assume that UPS are delivering something that you missed but let us have a look at this email using simple, old-school checks...


From:                                                       United States Postal Service <>

Sent:                                                         12 February 2019 17:11

To:                                                            Recipient

Subject:                                                   USPS Delivery Attempt Fail  Notification







Delivery attempt fail notification on February 6th, 2019 , 11:26 AM.

The shipping was unsuccessful due to the fact that no one was present at the delivery address, so this notice was automatically sent. You can arrange redelivery by seeing your closest United States Postal Service location with the printed invoice specified down below. In case the package is NOT arranged for redelivery or picked up in 72 hrs, it is going to be returned to the shipper.


Get Invoice


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It is an automatic email don't respond to this message. This note is for the designated individual only and may possibly consist of privileged, private or personal info. If perhaps you have obtained it in error, please remove. Any use of the e-mail by you is not allowed.


Obviously the originating domain is which is obviously somewhat suspicious and indicative of fakery.

The link of 'Get Invoice' (which is a fairly odd term in itself) is which again is not a USPS site.


If we visit then they will simply record our email address for further spamming and so do not attempt to connect to see what you find. This domain is probably hijacked or bought for the purpose of tracking down information on users. the site is a godaddy site and so we 


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