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Detailed information about

First analysis date: 09/18/2023
Domain creation date
09/18/2023 (Less than 6 months)
Domain expiration date
09/18/2024 (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 2 Reviews)

2 Reviews / Comments

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  • Judge Dredd 09/19/2023 at 05:05 AM

    Rating: seems to be associated with smishing scams related to parcel deliveries. Several users report getting SMS messages claiming to be from USPS. These messages indicate that a package couldn't be delivered because of missing address details. The messages contain a link directing users to a site that closely resembles the official USPS website, presumably in an attempt to gather personal and banking details from unsuspecting individuals.

    Interestingly, one review mentioned that the scam website sometimes redirects users to the official USPS website. This is likely a tactic by scammers to avoid detection by domain registrars. They appear to switch the redirection to their counterfeit site in sync with their SMS campaigns.

    If someone believes they've fallen victim to this scam and provided any personal or financial information, it's essential to contact their bank immediately. The information might be exploited by malicious parties.

    For those interested in seeing a visual representation of the SMS in question, it's available at this URL:

    In conclusion, it's always prudent to exercise caution when receiving unsolicited messages about package deliveries, particularly if they request personal or banking data. Always validate through official channels before acting.

  • JC 09/18/2023 at 01:12 PM


    USPS scam site received text.


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