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Spam and Survey Scam - "Shop - Your One Thousand Dollar Amazon Gift Card is Now Available?"

2014-12-09T21:29:12 -  +
Spam and Survey Scam - "Shop - Your One Thousand Dollar Amazon Gift Card is Now Available?"

The email message below: "Shop: Your One Thousand Dollar Amazon Gift Card is Now Available?," is a fake and was designed to trick the recipients into taking part in surveys and redirecting them to online advertisements (spam), by claiming that their One Thousand Dollar Amazon gift card is available and they need to click on the link within the email message to claim.

Please continue below.

The Spam and Survey Scam Email Message

Shop: Your One Thousand Dollar Amazon Gift Card is Now Available‏

Subject: Shop: Your One Thousand Dollar Amazon Gift Card is Now Available

From: $1k to Spend ($1ktoSpend @holidayonek.us)

Attention Amazon Shoppers:

Claim your holiday bonus credit and get your shopping done online today. Simply go here to take advantage of seasonal savings with our special gift card offer. Theres no better way to buy holiday gifts! Simply have them delivered to your door and SAVE MONEY. Do some shopping on us!

Click Here to get started and follow these steps!

1) Select Amazon

2) Enter your Details

3) Enjoy Great Savings

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The link in the email message will take you to a website and ask you to take part in surveys, which the scammers behind them will get paid for.

Below is a survey that you may be asked to take part in.

Dear Chrome user,

You are today’s lucky visitor for: December 9, 2014

Please complete this short survey and to say “Thank You” we’ll give you a chance to win HD Streaming Movies®!

Although this email message is considered spam, it may take some persons to a malicious website, which will attempt to infect their computers with a virus, Trojan horse or some other malware.

Please be careful online when you asked to take part in surveys, because scammers are targeting people who are desperately looking to earn some extra cash this holiday season.

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  • Posted: 2018-04-01T03:12:09 by an anonymous user from or near: Tampa, Florida, United States

    I recently fell for the scam and gave my email address , my home address and phone number...is there any way to undo all of this

    delete


    • Posted: 2018-04-01T08:56:04 by info

      No, you cannot undo sending your information, so just be careful going for forward because the scsmmers will contact you and attempt to scam you.

      delete


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