And I presume they are constantly falling for this, because these just keep coming.
Even if it were a real shipment, why on earth would I need to review the shipping label? When the package arrives the label will be on it. Can't I just review it then?
And hey Alberto, if that's your real name (It isn't), why did you ship a package "at" December 8? And why Mr. Haley the <wink wink>postal worker</wink wink>, are you emailing me from a german domain, glady.de? Too lazy to properly spoof USPS.gov or USPS.com?
How dumb are you if you open that attachment? DON'T OPEN THAT ATTACHMENT! You didn't order anything, and if you did this phishing email has NOTHING TO DO WITH IT.
Jeez. If people will just stop falling for this obviously clear-cut BS, the internet would only have 5.2 million other terrible things on it.
I haven't opened one and don't have time to do it now, but maybe after work tonight I will spin up my forensics machine, snapshot a Kali VM and open up the attachment to see what's in it.