ABC News reports that the scam begins with a text message to a customer an displays a supposed tracking number. It then asks you to enter their delivery preferences. Then you are taken to a sight where you are asked to enter your personal information. Yeah, you guessed it, it is then stolen by the scammer.

FedEx is aware of the scam and have stated that it's not their policy to send texts asking for personal information.

You may want to check out FedEx's tweet and educate yourself.

(ABC News)

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