DHL tracking number QY65ACBK

I'm posting this one because it included a virus inside a zip file. First of all, I very rarely seen people taking the time to zip anything when emailing something as small as an invoice. Most of the time, the invoice will be a PDF or a MS-Word document. Note that this zip file included an executable which could very well look like an Excel file... so many people could very well open these virus (or trojan.) I don't use MS-Windows much at all, so that does not affect me, but you watch out!

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We were not able to deliver postal package which was sent on the 18th of June in time
because the addressee's address is erroneous.
Please print out the invoice copy attached and collect the package at our department.

DHL Express Services.