Talk about bad grammar. Another clear phishing attempt was sent along. This one was interesting in that many of us are incentivized to fill out surveys on our shopping experience and this is typically printed on our receipts. However, we haven't been to Costco recently nor have we ever filled out those receipt surveys. Lastly, the link that is given just screams to be flagged.
"Costco: [NAME], the code [CODE] printed on your receipt from 14 came in 2nd in our iPhone draw: [LINK]"
I ran through my Messenger app on my Mac and noticed a few texting attempts in the past few months other than those I already posted about. The Amazon attempt must be popular as this is the second time I received one. The USPS one was an interesting attempt.
"Congratulations [Name], you came in 3rd in [Month] Amazon pods raffle! Click the link to : [LINK]"
"USPS: the arranged delivery for the package [String] has been changed. Please confirm here: [LINK]"
Welcome to my phishing documentation blog. You can see a running list of attempts HERE. If you experience a fraud attempt please report to the FTC here: LINK