These are some examples of parcel delivery scams that have been received in the last week or so. Both contain zip files as attachments. The second has a Russian email address. Do not open these as they will likely introduce Malware to your computer.
“From: Paula Land
Sent: Saturday, July 25, 2015 6:24 AM
To: Paula Land
Contact your nearest DHL postal office to receive your shipment. Your airway bill is also attached, kindly review to locate shipment tracking information.
Main +1 754 300 2840| Fax +1 454 300 2840
Rose Hill, Kansas 67133 | USA
From: FedEx International MailService <robert.bray (at) m2.souz5.beget.ru>
This is to confirm that one or more of your parcels has been shipped.
Delivery Label is attached to this email.
Sr. Operation Agent”.