Monday, November 21, 2011

Uh-Oh


I clucked up. This just arrived:

Hello! Unfortunately we failed to deliver the postal package you have sent on the 12th of November in time because the recipient's address is erroneous. Please print out the shipment label attached and collect the package at our office.

United States Postal Service


Oh, my goodness gracious! What have I done now? Wonder who I sent a package to on the 12th? BRB.

5 comments:

  1. Of course it's an exe file. No wonder they're in the red. ;)

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  2. Uh oh! Haha. I bet I have done that once or twice. At least they let you know you could come pick it back up. =)

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  3. IF ANYONE ELSE GETS THE NOTICE FROM THE UPSP, PLEASE KNOW IT'S A MALWARE FILE. DO NOT OPEN IT, ESPECIALLY IF YOU USE A PC.

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  4. I get about 20 of those sorts of emails a day. I don't open anything with a .exe extension. I don't care if it says it is from the President of the US ... if it has .exe, or directs me to a webpage that looks suspicious, I will not open or click a link. I have a MacBook and I'm still very, very cautious.

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  5. That's good to know PM. I checked my scans and I did send mail, but not a package on the 12th. I was doubly suspicious when I noticed there BCCs. The PO does not do that. The extension wasn't there either.

    I hope no other letter-writers get taken. What a pity people are evil enough to do something so mean.

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