Fraud Awareness
Trackon never requests payment or personal information for exchange of goods or services via e-mails or social platforms. If you receive any of these communications, please do not reply. Your interaction may result in a financial loss. Please be wary of such fraudulent requests.
Common warnings of fraud:
  1. Unexpected requests for money in return for delivery of a package, often accompanied by an unusual sense of urgency.
  2. Online exchange of a receipt that may look altered or where the AWB number is not trackable online or seems unusually short or long.
  3. Links to misspelled web addresses ( , etc.)
  4. Claims about winning a large sum of money, expensive items or the lottery.
  5. Requests to share credit/debit card numbers.
  6. Fraudulent calls or e-mails that request online payments.