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"Usps.uspsgtt.org"

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Very bad


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Detailed information about
Usps.uspsgtt.org

First analysis date: 12/01/2023
Domain creation date
12/01/2023 (Less than 6 months)
Domain expiration date
12/01/2024 (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 3 Reviews)

3 Reviews / Comments


Reviews and comments left by Internet users are sorted in chronological order and are not checked a priori

  • CoachNana 12/01/2023 at 05:17 PM

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    This text looks legit but the real USPS doesn't use the email address used inside this link.

    Verbage in text as such:
    The USPS package has arrived at the warehouse and cannot be delivered due to incomplete address information. Please confirm your address in the link within 12 hours.

    usps.uspsgtt.org

    (Please reply to 1, then exit the SMS, open the SMS activation link again, or copy the link to browser and open it)

    The US Postal team wishes you a wonderful day


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  • ATTABOYSLIM 12/02/2023 at 01:06 AM

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    Received exact message as listed here verbatem. Didn't seem legit because I was expecting no packages and hadn't used the USPS in years. Will reply, Please provide the address you have on file but doubt it will go through.

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  • Abii 12/14/2023 at 09:12 AM

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    This is a classic phishing attempt using the USPS name to get the victim's attention and trust. Many examples can be seen here:

    https://www.scamwatcher.com/tag/phishing

    The real USPS site is this one: https://www.usps.com/

    Scammers will use the same layout as the real site to lure you in but you must remain vigilant and look out for any red flags and never give out your personal data.

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