(CNN) - Don't click on the link! That's what FedEx is telling consumers dealing with a text and email scam.
The shipping retailer tweeted the alert Wednesday.
It points to recent scams where people reported receiving texts and emails that appear to be from FedEx.
The messages alert them that they have a package, then gives a link.
FedEx says the messages are not from them.
It's advising "suspicious messages should be deleted without being opened."
FedEx also says people should report the emails and texts to them using the email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Have you received a suspicious text or e-mail that appears to be from us? Suspicious messages should be deleted without being opened and reported to email@example.com.— FedEx (@FedEx) January 22, 2020
Here are more tips to protect your safety: https://t.co/sgedEYSNfF pic.twitter.com/fMnR5Pgn7K
SCAM 🚨 There is a new scam where you get a text with your name from Fedex (or another delivery service)and a tracking number. Do not click on the link. When in doubt about a tracking number go to the main website of the shipping company and search the tracking number yourself pic.twitter.com/EoG1C07OLf— Duxbury Police (@Duxbury_Police) January 21, 2020