ORLANDO, Fla. - Have you received a suspicious text message notifying you of a delivery that you weren’t expecting? Don’t open it, authorities say.
You may have received an odd text message that says a package that you’re expecting will be returned to the sender if you don’t confirm a delivery time. In other cases, a link is provided, so you can "track order."
Experts say don’t click it: it’s a scam.
The link is reportedly a way for scammers to steal your personal information or get you to pay a fake shipping fee.
If you receive this message, How-To-Geek recommends that you do not open the message or click on any links. They advise that you block the sender and delete the message.