• New FedEx scam targeting holiday shoppers

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    MEMPHIS, Tenn. - If you're ordering packages via FedEx for the holiday season, be on the lookout for this scam.

    If you've received an email with the subject line“FedEx: Delivery Problems Notification," do not open it.

    FedEx has received reports of fraudulent emails with that subject line. The emails contain links that connect users to sites that can infect your computer. Some of the sites even look like FedEx.com

    If you receive and email like this, you are advised to delete the it and immediately forward it to abuse@fedex.com

    FedEx does not send unsolicited emails to customers requesting information regarding packages, invoices, account number, passwords or person information. 
     

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