Fraud Awareness and Prevention

The UniStorage Fraud Awareness

We takes protecting our customers and their sensitive information seriously.

 

As a representative in local and international receipts and deliveries, the UniStorage brand is known. UniStorage protects our customers and their sensitive information seriously. We encourage you to know about potential fraudulent behavior by the unauthorized use of the UniStorage brand.

 

Use of UniStorage Brand Fraud

Experiments have been made to deceive Internet users by using unauthorized UniStorage names and brands via e-mail communications and graphs that appear, on the surface, from UniStorage.

In most cases communication about the sale of consumer goods through the Internet where payment can be requested before goods are delivered.

Please inform that UniStorage does not request payment in this way. UniStorage only collects the necessary money for UniStorage official service activity expenses.

This security notice does not affect the obliges obligations to pay for shipping, customs, VAT or similar charges, which are payable accordingly at the time of delivery.

UniStorage shall not be liable for any costs, charges or payments made that are not reasonably due to fraudulent activity.

 

SPAM and Viruses

Please inform that if you receive an email suggesting that UniStorage is trying to send a package asking you to open an email attachment to compromise the delivery, this email is fake, the package is non-existent and the attachment may be a computer virus.

Please do not open the attachment. These emails and attachments are not from UniStorage.

 

Phishing

The name UniStorage has been used in a series of fake email scams, commonly referred to as "Phishing." One such email indicates that UniStorage is trying to send one package and ask the recipient to open an email attachment to compromise the delivery. This email is not authorized by UniStorage - their authors only use the UniStorage name in their messages to grab user attention and validate the email.

UniStorage recommends not to open an email if it is identified as "from" UniStorage, and one or more of the following is the case:

You have received an email without a tracking number and you are not doing business with UniStorage. Emails have attachments and you are not aware that you are doing business with UniStorage. An email instructs you to open the attachment for the tracking number

The recipient of the email in question that contains the tracking number can verify that the tracking number is valid by entering the tracking number in the "Number Tracking" box. If no tracking result is returned, it is not a valid tracking number and an e-mail reference tracking number has not been sent by UniStorage.

 

Website

If you are in doubt about the integrity of websites that use the UniStorage brand, please always access the UniStorage website via our global website.

 

Report Fraud

Please report receiving a fake or suspicious UniStorage email to UniStorage Customer Service.