Received an e-mail from UPS.com today & this is what it said (see below). As I mail a lot, I was curious, but I don't use UPS. I was tempted to open the attachment, but instead, I called 1800 PICK UPS & they informed me to not open the e-mail & forward it to fraud@UPS.com
We were not able to deliver the package which was sent on the 12th of January in time
because the recipientís address is not correct.
Please print out the invoice copy attached and collect the package at our office.
Sure glad I did not open it. Here is what Snopes says: