This is not a real DHL email - it's a scam

Posted by Emmanuel Marshall on 22 May 2018 09:39:41 AEST


The email message shown in the screenshot above is not a genuine DHL message. While it shows DHL trademarks and graphics it is actually a phishing scam.

The “track parcel” link in the email points to the login page shown below:

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Once the victim has entered their credentials into this form, they are captured by the scammers to use in identity theft.

To identify this scam, look out for the following details:

From: "Express Mail Advisory"

Subject: "DHL Delivery Status Notification"

 

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