The United Parcel Service, or UPS, warns that there’s a fraudulent e-mail being sent out that tells customers a package could not be delivered. The e-mail has an attachment that’s a virus.

UPS states they rarely send out e-mails with attachments and that if you receive such an email you should delete it and not open the attachment.

If you have a question about whether to trust the e-mail, contact [email protected].

July 15, 2008.