Frauds using the DPD brand


Dear Customers,

During the recent period, we have observed increased fraud attempts, affecting both you, as our customers, and consumers in general, through phishing e-mails. In specific, there is a possibility, these emails purport to come from DPD, using our company logo, in order to steal data and commit fraud.

Phishing emails

These messages work like this:

They may closely resemble actual DPD messages to customers.

They copy the logo, features and style of the actual e-mails.

They use terminology that gives the sense of urgency.

They may ask you to download an attachment to your device or click on a link.


The official communication of DPD is always sent from e-mail addresses ending in

We never use providers like @gmail, @yahoo or other free email services to send e-mails.

Check the following carefully: compare the address with any actual messages you may have received. Check for spelling and grammar or syntax errors.

If anything seems suspicious do not reply to the message, do not click directly on the link and do not download the attached file or image.

Thank you for your cooperation. We are at your disposal for any clarifications you may need.