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Fraudulent notifications claiming to be from DPD

Unfortunately, there are often emails in circulation that falsely give the impression of originating from DPD.

These are counterfeit recipient notifications for DPD services. Most of the time, the recipient is instructed in the counterfeit messages to open an attachment that contains a virus.

IMPORTANT: Do not under any circumstances open an email attachment! Delete the message as soon as you recognize it as a forgery.

DPD accepts no liability for damages caused by such counterfeit messages. We recommend reporting these cases to the police immediately.