A few minutes back, I received an email directly in my SPAM folder with the subject “(1) package waiting in our warehouse for [email protected]“
Just like anyone would rush when it comes to freebies, I instantly opened the spam email so that I would read more about what was contained within. Sadly, the email shared a genuine SAMSUNG GALAXY S21 smartphone image with a few contents as quoted below.
Congratulations! SAMSUNGGmail spam folder
GALAXY S21 5G
You have (1) package waiting in our warehouse, ready to be delivered.
Bypass this survey and get your package
See full details…
As always, I decided to check the email sender details and found this email address “[email protected]”. This prompted me open whois.com so I could find more about the email message sender domain. And here is what I found out.
Have you too received this email?
Personally, this looks like another survey trick email promising recipients a SAMSUNG GALAXY S21 5G PACKAGE that will never arrive however much you do the said surveys. They are simply a waste of time to those who think that they can win including phones.
On clicking the link, you are tasked with unlimited surveys which seem hard to complete. Maybe the sender benefits but for receivers, this is a total scam email that will never yield anything.
Even Google recommends that “Be careful with this message. Similar messages were used to steal people’s personal information. Unless you trust the sender, don’t click links or reply with personal information. Learn More‘