Package Delivery Notice Review

Bright green postcard with first class stamp arrived, claiming to be a final notice for an unknown package delivery and to call the phone number as soon as possible. No other identifying information about the company. Fake Package Number on front of post card. This has already been reported on WKBW-TV in Buffalo.

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