Online thieves are using phony emails to “phish” for personal information -- and even book flights with victims' money.
It seems like new email scams are popping up almost every week: this time, scammers are impersonating UPS and FedEx. The companies are warning customers of fraudulent emails that are NOT from the companies themselves.
Some of the emails say there's a lost or late package waiting for you; others ask for money for a package delivery. Both companies advise against opening these emails or click any links inside.