FedEx Scam Email Message Example Received (Scam Alert)

Posted by Guest Author under General Info, Scams and Frauds on July 14, 2016

Example of FedEx scam email message we received on July 14, 2016 whereas FedEx was used as a sender’s name to scam people online. What was the message of this FedEx scam email and why we knew it was obviously a scam? Read and analyze the message of this email message.

Subject: No Subject


Name of Sender: Fedex

Email Address:

Other Email Address Used:

Money Involved: $350.00

FedEx Scam Email Message Example Received

Here is the original message;

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2 comments on “FedEx Scam Email Message Example Received (Scam Alert)

  1. Chong Adams says:

    The fedex spam email 2015 has a subject line “fedex an email containing confidential personal information was sent to you”. I have no idea that time. But now, I read your blog post because I want to send some complaints in fedex security department (don’t know FedEx email address), i am now informed that this type of email are not from Fedex.

    Thanks a lot.

  2. Admin says:

    Another Email Phishing from jslee@infonetg (dot) com named as Acct. Dept. Bank Of China as the sender, with a subject “Strictly Confidential”

    I have important transaction for you as next of kin to claim US$8.37m Mail me on my private email: chim.w (at) yahoo dot com so i can send you more details


    Mr.Chim Wai Kim
    DISCLAIMER: This email and any files it contains are confidential and intended for the use of the recipient(s) only. If you are not the intended recipient you should notify the sender immediately and destroy the material from your system. Unauthorised use, disclosure, copying, distribution or any action taken or omitted to be taken in reliance on the information in this e-mail is prohibited and may be unlawful..And might be punishable under
    section 67B of the IT Act (2008

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