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First analysis date: 09/16/2023
Domain creation date
09/16/2023 (Less than 6 months)
Domain expiration date
09/16/2024 (Less than 1 year left)
Owner identification in the Whois
The owner of the domain name is hidden in the Whois
User reviews on Scamdoc
(Average rating of 1 out of 4 Reviews)

4 Reviews / Comments

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  • Judge Dredd 09/17/2023 at 04:34 AM

    Rating: is a site that has recently garnered attention due to concerns raised by users about its legitimacy. Many users report receiving an SMS notifying them of an undelivered USPS package, urging them to click on a link. Upon doing so, they are directed to a site which, at a glance, resembles the official USPS website. However, it's alleged that this site might be a front to illicitly obtain personal and banking details from unsuspecting victims.

    A user, J, mentioned receiving a text that claimed there was a delayed USPS shipment and was quick to label it as a potential scam. Another user, Brandon, highlighted the site as a scam and shared that he was asked to pay $1.97 to have his package delivered after being told his address was undeliverable. He expressed concerns about an impending charge on his card, signaling the potential loss of money. (source :

    In a particularly concerning twist, it's been noted that the fraudulent site occasionally redirects to the official USPS website, This tactic might be employed by scammers to prevent their site from being taken down by registrars. They might only redirect to their fraudulent page during periods when they're actively sending out smishing campaigns.

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  • J 09/16/2023 at 09:46 AM


    Comes with a text claiming to be a delayed USPS shipment. Clearly a scam.

  • Brandon 09/16/2023 at 09:56 AM



  • Red 09/17/2023 at 05:35 PM


    Scanners who claim your USPS package can't be delivered due to a missing address. But they have your cell number! Morons.


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