Getting mail scam from UPS

Dear Debbie,

Thank you for sharing us your story. There sure are a lot of internet scam around and we are very glad that you found us and chose to entrust us with your problem. These internet renegades should definitely be reported to the FBI so that they could be traced and apprehended. However sending a report to abuse@domainname.com would also help shut down the account.

As much as possible, do not open mails from this e-mail address. Most likely I am sure you know when you are expecting a parcel or not to be delivered to you or that you missed any. I know this would be a bit inconvenient on your part but it is the best option thus far.

These spam mails are very tricky like that and that’s how they get to fool people because they could let themselves look like legitimate e-mails just so you would open them.
Sincerely,

Webmaster

To: Webmaster

From:
Debbie

Message:
I recieved and email from this email address:
UPS Parcel Delivery [client@ups.com]
When I select reply this is the email address that appears
fungicidesyrq7@rathi.com
This happened one other time and when I opened it thinking it was from
UPS I contracted a computer virus. Below is the what is in the body of
the UPS email. Not sure who to report this to, so I surfed the
internet and found your site.

Good afternoon.

Your parcel has arrived at the post office on October 7. Our Driver
was unable to deliver the parcel to your address.
To receive a parcel you must go to the nearest UPS office and show
your mailing label.
Mailing label is attached to this letter.

You need to print mailing label, and show it in UPS office to receive
the parcel.

Thank you for your attention.

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