Beware of the fake Hermes redelivery text that tells you to please reschedule and cover the £1.45 service fee. The link attached to the text message is that of a fake Hermes delivery website.
With online scams springing up every day, we have taken the responsibility of reviewing products, stores, websites etc for our reader’s financial safety.
This review expose everything you need to know about the text message, and why it is fraudulent.
How Does Hermes Redelivery Scam Work?
The text message is created by scammers who aim to steal account credentials, personal and financial information. When people visit the website to ‘reschedule the so called delivery they’ll be made to provide their credit card information for the £1.45 service fee.
This is where the scam comes in. When you provide your credit card information, these scammers will delete every dime you have in your bank account. This is because they’re not the legit Hermes delivery company, and they don’t have any parcel for you.
So far these scammers have used the following websites –
If you have submitted financial information on the fake website, immediately contact your bank for help.
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