Is this delivery a scam?
I got an email from Royal Mail saying my parcel will be delivered at my address today. I never ordered from the clothing website they said the parcel is from, Ive checked this and I would never shop from there. Has someone got my card number?
I wanted to give more than one person favourite answer, so sorry if it wasn't you.
It was a parcel I had ordered, but it had the wrong website written on it and wrong order number etc. Thanks for everyone's time though
- 2 months agoFavourite answer
It sounds like the USA Amazon scam. Read these.Source(s): https://www.marketwatch.com/story/after-amazon-pri... https://clark.com/shopping-retail/amazon-scam-brus...
- AlanLv 72 months ago
If it could a phishing scam, then, usually there would be
a link or something in email for you to click on.
However, maybe they expect you to reply to the email (to get more
information from you) or check their website.
Check your credit card statement and look for activity.
However, if you don't have an account at that companies
web-site with payment information, it may not help anyone
to use your email address since they won't have any
- Anonymous2 months ago
You could check the Royal Mail website for advice on current scams, or simply reject the unordered parcel at your doorstep.
- Pearl LLv 72 months ago
it might be a scam, hopefully noone got your card number