Email users are asked to be vigilant after a new scam has started doing the rounds.

Action Fraud have received over 100 reports about fake emails claiming to be from FedEx.

The message claims that the company has not been able to deliver a package to recipients because their address details are not complete.

A button asking users to update their address will take you to malicious websites trying to collect personal information.

GMP's Economic Crime team said: "If you get one [of these emails], don't click on the links or attachments; they lead to malicious websites designed to collect personal information."

Action Fraud advices people to never click on links or attachments from suspicious emails, and to never provide personal or financial details to unauthenticated email addresses.