One of the best scam emails I have ever gotten!
Claims to be from DHL but the email is from firstname.lastname@example.org domain.
Please note that your package is awaiting delivery.
Confirm the payment of ( 1.65 ) rubles at the link below.
Order : 54246452-AV
Tracking number: 7140012563
Note. The verification process must be completed within the next 02 days.
Click the link below:
2022 © DHL International GmbH. All rights reserved.
Why on earth anyone in the US would be expected to pay in rubles, I don't get.
greed and obvious stupidity!
Since neither my husband or I carry change anymore. He takes his out and caches it. I simply don't spend much cash money since I seldom go anywhere. The other day I needed to pay a dollar and less than a dime change for something. I actually had a single, but no change. We both had twenties. Ended up using a card to pay for it.
If you get extension, just before the end of the extension, demand a copy of the invoice and an extension to review it.
If you get that, demand a photo of the item and an extension to review it. Etc.
On email I block it. On the landline phone, I say nothing - or maybe just "Hello" - and leave an open connection until they disconnect.
And for those who ask why I answer - I get too many calls from unknown numbers that are legitimate calls to ignore them. Real people will say "Hello" if I say nothing. Robocalls and scammers, nope.