Post Office Warns Of False Emails Circulating

September 21, 2018 | 1 Comment

The Bermuda Post Office is urgently advising the public to “ignore any emails which appear to be received from the BPO that do not contain the official Government logo, address and authorized signatures.”

“Please note that BPO package identification numbers are thirteen digits in length. They begin with two letters followed by 9 numbers and end with two letters. Example – EM123456789US,” a spokesperson said.

“Below is a copy of the spam/bogus e-mail currently circulating which purports to be representing the BPO:”

You have a parcel coming. The physical parcel may or may not have actually been tendered to Bermuda Post Office for shipment.

Attached is receipt of shipment and address verification form.

Shipment Details
Tracking Number: ZX46892384363508
From: North West
Weight: 13.7 KGS
Thank you for your business.
Bermuda Post Office.

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  1. question says:

    Doesn’t look legit. Nowhere near enough typos and it doesn’t sound deliberately rude. So it obviously can’t come from the Bermuda Post Office.

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