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From UPS or Fedex says You've Got a Shipment That Can't Be Delivered-Virus!
Summary of the eRumor: The email appears to come from
United Parcel Service (UPS) or from Fedex. It says that a shipment could not be
delivered and directs you to an attachment that allegedly contains the
waybill so that you can arrange to receive or to pick up the shipment.
The Truth: According to UPS, this email, which began
circulating in July, 2008, contains a virus. It was not sent by UPS.
UPS advises not opening the attachment.
The company said it may send email notifications on occasion, but that
they rarely include attachments.
If you receive an email from UPS and you're not sure it is authentic, you
are encouraged to email
firstname.lastname@example.org. Or call UPS to
verify the existence of any undelivered shipments.
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