Threat laboratory experts issued a warning against the fake InPost website, where someone used the company’s image to request payment to cover the delivery cost. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the closure of the InPost branch justified this. This is a scam and you may lose money.
Analysis shows that the problem is related to the elaborate BNP Paribas payment gateway. Although the details of the case are not yet clear, it can be assumed that the victim is encouraged to pay for the alleged parcel delivery home, rather than waiting to pick up the goods at the InPost branch. For example, because the selected parcel locker is overcrowded, it might get there, so mails with similar content sound credible.
In this case, we always remind you not to lose your way and do not act rashly. Criminals often use a scheme that requires relatively low fees for public services in an attempt to quickly persuade victims to take the so-called necessary steps to achieve the desired effect. However, you may lose money simply due to negligence.
A fake payment gateway is just a copy of its true copy. When the victim tries to log in to his bank business, he will actually provide the attacker’s login details to the attacker, and the attacker will also use them to log in to the victim’s real bank account. At this stage, theft of money from the account is only a form.