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"Your Order from [company name] Has Shipped!" and Delivery Scams

You might have received a message that asks you to click a link to verify or check your order. Common scams use,,, or similar online marketplaces to make their messages look legitimate. They can spoof the marketplace's real communication template, and insinuate themselves amid legitimate email receipts for legitimate orders from these sites. First, ALWAYS hover over a link to see where it goes. If the email arrives when you're not expecting a receipt, or contains items you didn't order, use extreme caution.

Amazon Order Email Scam
This Amazon order confirmation appears legitimate, until you hover over the links and see they all point to the same non-Amazon place. Didn't order any of this stuff? Use extreme caution.
Fedex Label Email Scam
Note the poor grammar in this scam. Hover over links to see where they actually go--chances are nowhere legitimate.