Online crime is on the rise and with it, the amount of so-called phishing e-mails and malware placed on websites. To help you protect yourself against online risks, we have compiled examples of fraudulent activities and hints on how to avoid them.
- Don't ever e-mail user names, passwords, credit card data or account-related data.
- When logging on, make sure that you are actually on an Austrian Post website.
- Delete any e-mails that look suspicious to you.
Despite our comprehensive security measures, e-mail addresses by Austrian Post are, in rare cases, misused as senders of such e-mails. Please be careful! Other corporations are victims of this scheme as well. Click here to see the latest updates regarding this issue. This is what phishing e-mails sent by scammers posing as Austrian Post might look like.
Unfortunately, phishing e-mails have been going around lately. Please do not open them! Below, you will find a few examples of such e-mails:
Attention! There are fraud attempts using the sender E-Filiale Post <E-Filiale@klickserver305.date>
Please never open such e-mails!
Impostors are sending phishing e-mails posing as "Austrian Post" email@example.com
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