Watch Out for This Email

        David Passell alerts us to another scam now making the rounds in our area.  It involves an email complete with phony tracking number informing you that there was a package delivery error. It purports to come from one of these delivery companies:   UPS, FedEx, DHL, or USPS.  In the phony email you'll be instructed to open an attachment and print out a correct delivery label that you're supposed to take to the nearest (UPS, FedEx, DHL, or  USPS) office.
        Open the attachment, however, and you'll open your computer to malware and virus attacks. Delete the phony email.  The FedEx website posts this information.