Trick or treat? Well, this post is a treat of 2 tricks that were sent to me. The first trick I received as a text from what doesn't even appear to be a phone number. Poor grammar and a strange flow. What is "FRM"? Why am I getting a "Voucher"? How can you expose something when you turn around and claim it is a give away? I'll turn this trick down.
The next trick at least tried. An actual phone number and a somewhat coherent sentence. But that is it. The link/URL is obviously fake. There is a clear grammatical error. Lastly, what is "USP"? Are they claiming to be "USPS" or "UPS"? Or was this sender incredibly lazy and forgot the "S" at the end? We will probably never know.
"[ORGANIZATION]-Your package has been held up due to an address is incorrect, please complete the address in time. [LINK]"
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