Evri Rebooking Scam Text From The Telephone Number +447512300253 {2023} Beware!

Have you received a Evri Rebooking Scam Text from the telephone number +447512300253 that claims to be from Evri saying – We are sorry that we miss your delivery and directing you to a phishing website evri rebooking.com? Beware, It is a scam! Don’t fall for it. Find out how this scam works and how to avoid it here!

Evri Rebooking Scam Text 2022: What is it all about?

It’s a text message sent by scammers who intend to trick recipients into visiting an unreliable Evri website which is actually a phishing website. It says – We are sorry that we miss your delivery. Visit evri rebooking.com to book a redelivery and pay the fee of 1.45 Euro.

You don’t need to panic! The text message is not from a genuine source. It’s a phishing text that contains a link to a fake Evri delivery website. The following fake websites are being used by the scammers –

  • evri-rebooking.com
  • evri-pending-fee.com
  • evri-missed-delivery.com
  • Evri- track.co
  • evri-re-delivery.web.app
  • myevri-redelivery-fees.com

They’ve also used the following phone numbers –

  • 447512300253
  • 447542872758
  • 07713 734224
  • 44 7599 691624
  • 07599 661593

The scammers pretend you’ve an undelivered parcel and you need to pay for its shipping fee otherwise it’d be returned to the sender. This is where the scam comes in. The scammers would –

  • Requests for processing fee
  • Trick you into submitting your financial information 

Sometimes, by clicking the link you make your device vulnerable to viruses, spywares, malwares, etc. which can hack your device and steal your passwords. No matter how convincing it sounds, you shouldn’t visit the link or links attached to such messages/mails or send your personal information.


The Evri Rebooking scam text is obviously a scam tricking recipients into visiting a phishing website. Beware! the text is not from a genuine source! You don’t have any parcel from Evri. Do not click on the link!

See similar package delivery scams – Youhaveanitemitemisinwaiting and many more.


  1. +44 7542 367946
    Evri: Sorry our driver Jamie missed you today since no one answered. ScheduIe a new sIot via https:evri-rebooking.com


  2. Seems Jamie is a very busy driver, I had one too today saying to rebook the delivery. The funny thing is I ordered something from a company at the start of the month and Evri lost it, so thought maybe they had found it and tried delivering it. Checked on the proper Evri site with my tracking number and still says on it’s way, so thought something was a bit dodgy about the text as I also don’t recall giving my mobile number out. I only give my mobile to close friends, family and very important services like doctors etc. Otherwise I never give the number out to avoid scams like this. The number that sent me the text was 07542 334087, am tempted to use the number to sign up to loads of stuff on the internet, but have a feeling its a cloned/spoof number.

  3. I’ve received it from +44 7542 393962, I also clicked on the link because I did order something through evri recently, is there any suggestions for what I could do about the potential viruses or any ways to check for them?

  4. I have received the following message from the phone number +447521219017, saying:

    Evri: Sorry our driver Jamie missed you today since no one answered. RescheduIe via http:evri-rebooking.com

  5. Yes exactly the same message again Jamie failed to deliver my none parcel. Knew it was a scam because I’m not expecting anything also my ring doorbell would have picked “Jamie” up attempting to deliver

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