Amazon Scam - 'Congratulations! You Are The Winner Of a Discount Coupon For 90%'

Amazon Scam - Congratulations! You Are The Winner Of a Discount Coupon For 90%

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The email message below the subject "Congratulations! You Are The Winner Of a Discount Coupon For 90%," is a fake. The email message was not sent by Amazon, but by cyber-criminals who created it to steal Amazon customers' usernames, passwords, credit card and other sensitive information.

The Fake Amazon Email ​Message

Fake Amazon Email - You Are The Winner Of a Discount Coupon

Subject: Congratulations! You Are The Winner Of a Discount Coupon For 90%
You Are The Winner of a Discount Coupon For 90% !
Coupon ID : 695F6D356FI1

Dear customer,
This is a random selection from on the occasion of our 20th birthday we selected more than one million customers in first step then we have chosen just ten thousand other customers also randomly to be winner of discount coupon for 90%.
This coupon is valid for all amazon product take it in the link below.
Get Coupon Code


- The link of the coupon will expire within 24 hour from now.
- The coupon validity is 30 days.

Amazon, Support Team.

If you have received a copy of this email message, please do not follow the instructions in it, instead, delete it.

Now, if you were already tricked into clicking on the link and submitting your information to the fake or phishing website that you were taken to, please change your Amazon password. If you have submitted your credit card information, please contact your bank or Credit Card company.

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  • March 14, 2018 at 5:16 PM by an anonymous user from Montgomery, Alabama, United States

    How can I keep the Congratulations.. Your a winner from popping up . Do not receive on email.. only when I try to SEARCH


    • March 14, 2018 at 5:53 PM by info

      Remove unknown or unwanted apps from your mobile. There may be an app that is generating the popups.


  • January 11, 2018 at 5:19 PM by an anonymous user from Norfolk, Virginia, United States

    Does anything happen if you just click the link but don’t give any information? If so? What should I do. I clicked on it and then realized my mistake and got right back out in second? How did they get my email to keep sending me these emails? Also, is there anyway to stop them from displaying in my inbox and/or get them to stop completely?


    • January 12, 2018 at 6:12 AM by info

      Just clicking the link will not affect you.

      Try flagging the emails as spam so they are automatically sent to your Spam/Junk folder.


  • January 7, 2018 at 6:46 AM by an anonymous user from Needham, Massachusetts, United States

    I have been deleting the nonsense pop ups but they just reappear 2-4 times a day.


  • December 12, 2016 at 7:06 AM by an anonymous user from Columbus, Ohio, United States

    How do I get rid of "congratulations you have just won?


    • December 12, 2016 at 11:20 AM by info

      Is it showing up on your phone?


      • October 7, 2017 at 9:16 PM by an anonymous user from Gold Hill, Colorado, United States

        Yes, it’s showing up on my phone.


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Amazon Scam - 'Congratulations! You Are The Winner Of a Discount Coupon For 90%'