False e-mail alert
An Post customers are warned to be on their guard against the latest "undelivered package" malware which is now in circulation.
E-mails claiming to come from ‘Post Express Support’ tell customers about a parcel that has not been delivered. Recipients are asked to click on an attachment which may in turn infect their computer.
Customers are advised to delete such e-mails immediately.
Below is an example of the offending e-mail.
Your package has been returned to the Post Express office.
The reason of the return is "Error in the delivery address"
Attached to the letter mailing label contains the details of the package delivery. You have to print mailing label, and come in the Post Express office in order to receive the packages.
Post Express Support’
An Post informs customers of undelivered mail and parcels by way of a delivery docket which is posted in the customer’s letterbox.