If you got someone else’s “free offer” in what looked like a misdirected message, would you take a peek?

Dear Christopher, we have your packet in queue. Address: Londonderry, 
Ballynagard crescent http COLON SLASH SLASH xxxxxxxx DOT com SLASH zzzzzzz

The message is meant to look as though it was sent to the wrong number, so the crooks are relying on you being intrigued enough to click through, whereupon they use some sneaky “reverse authentication” psychology to lure you in further

Source: SMS phishing scam pretends to be Apple “chatbot” – don’t fall for it!