The email message below: "Important Notification Regarding Your Current Rewards Points," which claims that the recipients have been awarded a $100 worth of bonus points that they can apply towards any product for sale on Amazon’s website, is a fake. The fake Amazon Prime Reward email message, which also claims the recipients can claim their bonuses by clicking on the link in the same email message before it expires, will actually take the recipients to a phishing website, malicious website, or fraudulent website where they will be asked to complete surveys. One such fraudulent website is "supergiftland.kooc.info".
The Fake Amazon Prime Reward Email Message
From: AmazonPrime Reward <AmazonPrimeReward@ messupcrager.xyz>
Date: Sat, Dec 19, 2015 at 11:16 PM
Subject: Attn: Your $100 AMAZ0N Prime Credit-Will Expire 12/27/2015. Shopper:
Important Notification Regarding Your Current Rewards Points
AMAZON PRIME SHOPPER#14028 - - DATE: 12/19/2015
ONE (1) DAY ONLY!
To show you how much we really value your years of repeat business, and to celebrate the success of Amazon Prime we’ve just awarded you with $100 worth of bonus points that can be applied towards any product for sale on Amazon’s website!
To claim your new bonus, just follow the link that we've provided below and use your coupon-card during checkout on Amazon’s website.....That’s it!
Go here now to redeem your new reward - Expires 12/26
******The Above Link Expires on 12/22/2015, So Don't Wait!