Expecting a shipment this holiday season? If so, watch out for a new email phishing scam. FedEx, UPS and USPS are warning consumers about fraudulent e-mails regarding “failed package delivery.” The e-mails suggest that you have a package, but the delivery didn't make it. The message then advises you to click on a link so you can claim your package. However, the e-mail has an attachment that contains malware. It allows hackers access to anything on your computer. If you receive an e-mail like this, don't click any links, download any attachments or reply to the sender.