From Ben Ritchey@1:2320/100 to All on Wed Dec 7 06:24:30 2016
AARP Fraud Watch
Amazon.com Scam Hits Holiday Shoppers
Just in time for the holidays, crooks have come up with a credible-looking way to scam online shoppers.
How it Works:
You get an e-mail that appears to be from Amazon.com stating your recent order cannot be shipped.
Claiming a problem with processing, the e-mail informs you that you wonAt be able to access your account or place orders with Amazon until you confirm your information.
A oclick hereo link leads to an authentic-looking Amazon web page to confirm your name, address and credit card information.
After entering the information and clicking on a osave and continueo button, you are redirected to AmazonAs actual website.
What You Should Know:
The scam e-mail subject line will say oYour Amazon.com order cannot be shipped.o
If the ofromo line in the e-mail contains an Internet Service Provider other than @amazon.com, the e-mail is not from Amazon.
What You Should Do:
If you get an e-mail like this from Amazon (or any other online retailer), donAt click on the link!
If youAve recently ordered from Amazon and are concerned about missing an authentic update, use your web browser to independently (not through the e-mail) log in to Amazon.com and check under oYour Orderso to see if the e-mailAs details match any of your order information. If the information doesnAt match, then the e-mail is a scam.
Please share this alert with friends and family!
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