In a Tweet on 14 October 2021, Qatar Post has cautioned its customers saying:
"If you have received a text message, link, or email from a number or email ID you don’t recognize, do not open it. Check the number, look for the legitimacy of the email domain or website and reach out to: [email protected] or call 104 for support.
If you have received a text message, link or email from a number or email id you don’t recognize, do not open it. Check the number, look for the legitimacy of the email domain or website and reach out to [email protected] or call 104 for support. pic.twitter.com/PkW1dcqCMA— QATAR POST📦 الشركة القطرية للخدمات البريدية (@QATAR_POST) October 14, 2021
Example of a scam text message:
Be careful if you received a text message or an email from an address pretending to be Qatar Post about a parcel awaiting delivery. If the link looks suspicious, don't click on it and never give your personal details.
On its website, Qatar Post reminds customers to "be aware of fraudulent calls, SMS or phishing emails asking for your personal banking information."
Related: Beware of email scam pretending to be Qatar Post
Source: Qatar Post
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