UPS uniforms

Kategorie: Kettenbrief Entdeckt auf: 06 Apr 2004
Typ: chainAktualisiert auf: 08 Jun 2006


Der folgende Kettenbrief hat sich nach den Terroristenangriffen in den USA am 11. September 2001 verbreitet.

In einigen Versionen des Kettenbriefs wird behauptet, dass er von einem offiziellen Vertreter des Department of Homeland Security unterschrieben ist.

Der Kettenbrief wurde vom FBI, von UPS, eBay und dem Department of Homeland Security entlarvt.

Sophos empfiehlt Anwendern, die E-Mail einfach zu löschen und sie auf keinen Fall an andere Computeranwender weiterzuleiten.

Der Text des Kettenbriefs lautet folgendermaßen:

Please pass this around.

There has been a huge purchase, $32,000 worth, of United Parcel Service (UPS) uniforms on eBay over the last 30 days. This could represent a serious threat as bogus drivers (terrorists) can drop off anything to anyone with deadly consequences! If you have ANY questions when a UPS driver appears at your door, they should be able to furnish VALID ID.

Additionally, if someone in a UPS uniform comes to make a drop off or pick up, make absolutely sure they are driving a UPS truck. UPS doesn't make deliveries or pickups in anything, except a company vehicle. If you have a problem, IMMEDIATELY call your local law enforcement agency right away!

TAKE THIS SERIOUSLY! Tell everyone in your office, your family, your friends, etc. Make people aware so that we can prepare and/or avoid terrorist attacks on our people! Thank you for your time in reviewing this and PLEASE send to EVERYONE on your list, even if they are friend or foe. We should all be aware!

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