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USPS virus question

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I have a simple question, but a bit worried. I got the USPS email a few weeks ago I opened it and failed. I realized that this has to be a virus (the bad thing is since I order something I thought it was normal however it was sent to an email not associated to my shipping address I would input). Anyhow I am ran malwarebytes pro version and nod 32 4 up to date. Windows 7 and I even did a scan with CCleaner and Spybot. Computer seems clean, but I steal worry. I do research and don't find much of what exactly is the virus I emailed USPS and they say don't open it and they say it steals my information making it seem like a very serious threat that automatically gets your information. Should I worry so much to reformat my computer or am I fine. What I want to know is what exactly is this virus doing. I saw a some post some saying it steals your information I saw one recent video it seems it installs its own antivirus where you have to input your credit card. Here is the video I saw hopefully I can get some feedback thanks.

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