The second scam, which has so far been reported by 1,700 people to Action Fraud, is an email claiming that a parcel has not been delivered.
Scammers have been sending an email informing people that their “package” will be returned to its sender if they do not fill in a form with their personal details.
The details they are asking for include your card number, security code, sort code, account number, and your mother’s maiden name.
Action Fraud wrote in a tweet: “Watch out for these fake Royal Mail emails. They’ve been reported to us over 1,700 times. Help us remove malicious emails and websites like these by forwarding suspicious emails to: [email protected]”