Are you expecting a delivery from Skypostcourierexpress.com? If you believe you are then please read the following.
You are currently being scammed in an “Advance fee fraud” scam. Skypostcourierexpress.com is a fake delivery company. Most people reading this will already know that they are involved in a deal that is “to good to be true” or that they “knew it might be a scam but they were not quiet sure”
- Skypostcourierexpress.com is a scam not a delivery company
- Any money you have paid will not be returned to you
- You will not receive any delivery from Skypostcourierexpress.com
Who created the website Skypostcourierexpress.com?
Scammers have a lot of techniques to steal your money. They will sell or give items online. As they are not living locally to you, they will have to ship the item to you.
Skypostcourierexpress.com was created by criminals in order to make you believe that the item is being shipped to you. The scammer will create an account for you so that you can log in with a fake courier tracking number to see the progress of the item being shipped.
The reality is that there is no shipment. The scammer who created Skypostcourierexpress.com is simply changing the status of a fictional shipment to make you believe you have to pay more and more fees.
Is Skypostcourierexpress.com legitimate?
An easy way to see if a company website is genuine is by looking at the WHOIS information. Scam websites do not stay online for long so scammers have to continually create new ones.
According to Whois, Skypostcourierexpress.com was registered with NameSilo, LLC on October 14, 2020 which was only 11 days ago.. It only has a 1 year registration. This unusually short for a genuine company website but is common for a scam website.
Scammers often use privacy protection to hide their details but also use false information. The information used to register Skypostcourierexpress.com is:
- Name: Howard derrick
- Email: [email protected]
- Location: NC NE, United States
The website for Skypostcourierexpress.com is hosted on the following name servers: ns1.hostblast.net,ns2.hostblast.net
You can send a Domain Abuse Report to NameSilo, LLC by clicking the button and completing the form.
You’ve Been Scammed, Now What
There is no guarantee that you will recover your losses, but there are a few things you still should do. The more places you report it, the better chance you have to shut Skypostcourierexpress.com down.
- Stop sending money to Skypostcourierexpress.com or anyone connected with Skypostcourierexpress.com.
- Visit the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center and file a report.
- Report it to the Better Business Bureau here
- Report it to the Federal Trade Commission here
- File a complaint with your local police department.