Assuming it is a scam of course.
Australia and a neighbour received a communication, purportedly from Australia Post.
It states “A courier haven’t delivered item… A mailman have not deliver a package tou your place for the reason: receiver was absent”… “Use your package info and go to the post office to collect your package”
More broken English and a warning that a fee of $2.40 a day would accrue if the package wasn’t picked up.
Even though Australia Post do have some problems issuing a notice in such faulty language is not one of them
Now, if this notice was in the neighbours letter box I could understand that some thieves could watch the place and break in when he went to the post office. However, it came by email.
So what is the possible gain for the originators?