Thursday, September 26, 2013

USPS E-Mail Scams and California’s Most Wanted

On August 27, 2013 The United States Postal Service issued a warning about an e-mail scam targeting their customers.
These e-mails are claiming to be from U.S. Postal Service and have fraudulent information in them in an attempt to install malicious virus’ on the customer’s computer.
The U.S. Postal Service is advising to immediatly delete the message and take no further action.
They are aware of the situation and are doing their best to get down to the bottom of it.
If you have questions about a delivery or wish to report spam, the U.S. Postal Service asks that customers call 1-800-ASK-USPS or email

Poster 296, Notice of Reward, describes the types of rewards offered by the U.S. Postal Inspection Service.
Photos of Peter Medel Aro
Photo of Rondale Asopardo
Christine Marie Chambers
Anthony Fu Yin Chang
 Anthony Fu Yin Chang
Photo of Hen Ben Haim
Photo of Deyo John Hardwick
Photo of Leonard uchenna Nwafor
Abraham Santos Sayas
George Louis Scavelli
Photo of Chao Qun Yu
Sketch of Suspect
Photo of Robert Louis Carver
Photo of Robert Louis Carver, II
Photo of John Olusegun Dada
Yacine El Bouri
Photo of Linda Marie Hieb
Silhouette of a Suspect
Sketch of Robbery Suspect at Earlimart, CA
Silhouette of a Suspect
Silhouette of a Suspect
Sketch of Suspect
Sketch of Suspect #1
Sketch of Suspect #2
 Photo of Suspect
 Photo o Juan Carlos Cardoso-Vargas
Photo of Brisa Celeste Castillo
Mark Randall Jones
Khoren Margaryan
Giyosiddin Nizomov
Photo of Viatcheslav Prokopenko
Photo of Harold Rangel
Sketch of a Suspect
Surveillance Photo of Suspect
Sketch of Suspect
Photo of Desiderio Pangilinan Santos
Bunyod Sharipov
Photo of Jameel Stone
Henry Eldon Stricker
Karen Lynn Stricker
Photo of John Wesley Warr
Walter Carl Wencke
Virginia Lo Yao
Sketch of robbery suspect at Richmond, VA
Silhouette of a Suspect
Surveillance Photo
Silhouette of a Suspect
Surveillance photo of Suspect
Sketch of Suspect
Sketch of Suspect
Photo of Suspect

Have you been a victim of a USPS scam?  Please let us know your experience.   The more knowledge about these scams we have, the better chance of not being victimized by these criminals.

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U.S. Postal Inspection Service – USPS
U.S. Postal Service customers targeted by e-mail scam – ABC Local News
August 27, 2013

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