He said I had to call him back by the same date as he called on or I would have to have my attorney call for me. I'm going to start calling them in the the night my time as it will be 2a.m. Demand their name and company address, pretend to talk to another detective and have them contact the police in the caller's area to "Detain them for questioning" as a suspect in your alleged homicide. All carriers be it government USPS or private (UPS, Fed Ex, etc.) never ask for information via email.
The only thing I have seen before is a note on the door or in the mailbox that you take to the post office, UPS, or Fed Ex for pickup if they could not leave the package at your home.
We got the Fed Ex scam E-Mail already, but the I see on both my Facebook and Paypal accounts, that I listed for bid, sold the item (a tablet), collected the money and the transaction took place. This gentleman wants his items, that I don't have. How can I keep this person out of my access to my account? I don't want this man to think I am a scammer, and up my security. I am constantly getting these types of emails through my gmail account.
Make up your own language, Chinese "I Tie You Shoe"...it fast. calling them in your time zone thereby pestering them in the odd hours, really, most of these are robo calls.. The postman or delivery man ALWAYS leaves a written notice on your door or in your mailbox, and usually makes 3 attempts to deliver your package.
If you don't have that in addition to the email (which would come after the driver's notice) IT IS A SCAM!
The message might also include a link for more details.
But, it says, if you print the attached form and take it to your local post office, you can pick up your package and avoid penalties.I have called a few times and that business was very surprised to get a call from me. His speel ran on that he was calling in regards to legs action that had been taken against me but couldn't provide me with my full name when he left the message. I'm changing my number and going back to Comcast. I've been in both the information technology and Loss Prevention business for 4 decades (now retired).Told me I needed to contact him at once before this became a complete and total legal mess. When people get these calls, we should call them at all hours of the night and harass the he!! For those out there experiencing this, it starts with the heck cashing calls and escalates from there. Answer the call and pretend you are a homicide detective investigating the death of the person they think they are calling. Here are some common tips: If asked for any personal or financial information by email, it's a scam.Legitimate packages are often stolen from your door step, so ALWAYS require an adult signature for any package, no exception.Even post a sign on your door for no packages to be left without a signature.I don't think I've ever listed an item for sell, and if so, it's been a long time ago. Additionally I receive montetary fund emails from people claiming to be from the FBI all the way to the President of the united states office.