Caution: fake e-mails in circulation

News 05/10/2017

GLS Poland detected unusual activities: criminals are sending out fake e-mails in the name of GLS.

The e-mails contain information on a CashService parcel which is allegedly due to arrive, including the expected date and time of delivery. Recipients are asked to have the indicated amount available for payment. Furthermore, links or attachments can infect their systems with malware.

Recipients of such e-mails should not click on the included link or open an attached document in the .doc format, but delete the e-mail and inform GLS about the fraud attempt.

Please note: GLS does not include attachments in .doc format in e-mails informing about the planned delivery date of the parcel.

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