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Malaysians Beware: Scammers Are Now Using Parcel Tracking Links To Cheat You

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Scammers are always thinking of new ways to cheat money from innocent people.

And the newest one recently seems to be involving the logistics company, GD Express.

Many people have reportedly received WhatsApp messages from unknown numbers telling them that they have a package pending as it did not have an address. Following the message, there will be a link that will bring you to GD Express’ tracking application page.

Once you click on the link, they will redirect you to a page that says that you have a package from Amazon pending or an iPhone pending.

GD Express has taken note of the scam and has clarified the situation. They say,

“It has been brought to our attention that there are individual(s) who have been using the GDEX webpage tracking application for their scamming activities.”

“We, GDEX group, hereby confirm that these scamming activities have no relation to us and any of our subsidiaries.”

“We would like to caution you to keep vigilant and take reasonable precautions to protect yourself from being scammed.”

As for the WhatsApp messages, they advise people to ignore the messages and to not respond for safety purposes.

Additionally, you can block or report the message on WhatsApp. Don’t let the scammers win guys!

 

Also read: PDRM: Beware of Facebook Page Scammers Selling Furniture & Electrical Appliances

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