It's crucial to be alert when receiving texts or emails that appear to come from companies. There have been many SMS messages posing as mail delivery messages recently. An example would be to ask the recipient to click a link to update their information.
Have a look at the example of SMS fraud involving DHL, where the phone number, amount, and URL indicate it's a fraud.
Here is another DHL example, which reads as follows:
"The package is waiting for delivery. Please submit the payment (1.99 EUR) under the following link."
In this case, the relevant link leads to a fraudulent site.
Text messages rarely contain payment information, so always be on the lookout and check the sender's name and number if the message appears via text.