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Warning over e-mail attachments

The Better Business Bureau is warning you to be careful when opening e-mail attachments. The bogus email from UPS or FEDEX says you have a shipment that cannot be delivered. In the e-mail, recipients are directed to open an attachment, but the attachment actually contains a virus.

UPS says they may send email notifications on occasion, but that they rarely include attachments.

If you receive an e-mail from UPS and are not sure it is authentic,

Please email them at: customerservice@ups.com or call FEDEX at 800-463-3339.

 

 

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