The Munchkin Man received a FedEx scam email message a couple of weeks ago.
The message said that a recent attempt to deliver the Munchkin Man's package was unsuccessful.
The message instructed the Munchkin Man to click on the logo link to begin the process of retrieving the Munchkin Man's package.
The message was well written and contained no grammatical errors that the Munchkin Man could see.
It even contained a fake delivery number.
The Munchkin Man was actually expecting a package that was running late and had not been delivered yet.
This made the Munchkin Man think for a few seconds about clicking on that link.
Finally, the Munchkin Man figured out that the front desk staff at the Munchkin Man's apartment building would have informed the Munchkin Man if FedEx made an attempt to deliver the Munchkin Man's package.
The Munchkin Man did NOT click on that link.
This is probably the most deceptive email scam the Munchkin Man has seen to date.
The scammers have obviously figured, that at any given moment, that there are multitudes of people who are expecting a package from FedEx.
The Munchkin Man has been told that a lot of people have fallen for this scam.
It almost caught the Munchkin Man.