Fake Tracking ID (FTID) is a package redirection scam that involves manipulating the tracking information on a label. Shipping companies only require the tracking information on a label to scan it. Scammers will manipulate the label to maintain scan functionality, which often triggers a refund issuance, while ensuring it gets lost. This manipulation varies in sophistication, ranging from intricate alterations to simple “cut and paste” methods. The tracking will often show as delivered to a random warehouse, designated for pickup, or will get lost once it passes the label scan at distribution. Ultimately, the recipient (if there is one) will have no idea who the package belongs to as the rest of the label, including return address, has also been edited.