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Federal Express Phishing Scam

Federal Express has often been the subject of phishing. Many of these phishing scams have come from the e-mail address of BillingOnline@fedex.com. These e-mails generally refer to a Federal Express invoice for which you are being billed. These are scam phishing e-mails, and if you enter personal information in order to dispute the bill, this information will be used to make you a victim of identity theft. You also might unwittingly download keystroke-logging malware that can steal the information from your computer and make you a victim of identity theft.

Federal Express does not send unsolicited e-mails requesting information regarding packages, invoices, account numbers, or personal information. If you receive such an e-mail, it is a scam. Do not open it and do not click on any links. If you have any questions as to the legitimacy of a Federal Express bill, contact them directly by phone or online at www.fedex.com.

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