SkyNet Worldwide Express is aware that attempts have been made to mislead persons by the fraudulent use of the SkyNet Worldwide Express name and brand.
The fraudulent communications typically concern Shiprev Logistics or an unknown third-party requesting the transfer of money to pay for goods ordered online, before the goods will be allegedly shipped by SkyNet Worldwide Express, or by requesting advance payment before the release of competition or “lottery winnings” can be completed.
We advise all persons, to beware of such requests for advance online payments especially via money transfer organisations. The existence of a shipment number is not necessarily proof that a consignment is in the custody or the control of SkyNet Worldwide Express.
If you are in any doubt as to the authenticity of any SkyNet Worldwide Express communication, or whether SkyNet Worldwide Express is in fact delivering a shipment intended for you, please contact your local SkyNet station via www.skynet.net.
Please note that Skynet Worldwide Express would never contact customers advising to make payment via Moneygram, Western Union or any other money transfer system. You can also spot fraudulent emails and websites, by checking the email addresses provided are not from aol, gmail or yahoo providers as well as checking for spelling mistakes.
If you have received a fraudulent email, please report this to: firstname.lastname@example.org or alternatively contact Action Fraud, National Fraud & Cyber Crime Reporting Centre https://www.actionfraud.police.uk/report-phishing