The holiday season, unfortunately, typically ushers in a ton of elder abuse scams. The latest; fake package notifications from Amazon.com, FedEx, UPS and others. With e-commerce sales hitting an all-time high due to the coronavirus, more and more email delivery alerts are popping up but they may not all be legitimate. Fake email messages often contain the logo of the shipping company, making them look more legitimate. Getting you to click on a link is the main objective of these scams. Others send an attachment with malware in it, so never click on an attachment from an unknown sender. Most come with a call to action such as purporting there is a problem with the shipping address or the payment method, attempting to get you to click through. Always go to where you made the purchase to check on the order status.