Phishing Scam Alert: Guyana Post Office Corporation (GPOC)

Ref# AL2024_06 | Date: Apr 8th 2024

The GPOC is NOT sending text messages about package delivery requiring payment! 

Scammers are targeting GPOC customers with phishing messages. Here’s how the scam works: 

  • You receive a text message about a package for pickup and a link to a fake website. 
  • The fake website (guypost[-]pack[.]xyz) looks similar to the real GPOC website ( 
  • The website asks you to enter your credit card details to make a small payment. 
  • Do not enter your information! This is a scam to steal your credit card details. 

What to do if you receive a suspicious message: 

  • Do not click on any links in the message. 
  • Do not enter your personal information on any website you don’t trust. 
  • Contact GPOC directly using their official phone number or website ( to inquire about a package. 

What to do if you fell victim to the scam: 

  • Contact your bank immediately to cancel your credit card. 
  • Report the scam to the Guyana Police Force. 

It is important to be aware of phishing scams and protect your personal information. GPOC has not been compromised, but scammers are trying to trick you into thinking they are. 

Please share this alert with others!

PDF Download: Guyana Post Office Corporation Scam Report