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Beware of "Your $100 AMAZ0N Prime Credit-Will Expire" Amazon Prime Reward Scam

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Beware of "Your $100 AMAZ0N Prime Credit-Will Expire" Amazon Prime Reward Scam

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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:

Amazon.com Prime.

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!

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  • November 16, 2017 at 3:14 PM by an anonymous user from Pottstown, Pennsylvania, United States

    Just received similar email saying I will lose $200 Amazon bonus if I don't click on link before Nov. 18.

    Thought it sounded too good to be true so I googled it!

    remove

  • December 15, 2016 at 11:42 AM by an anonymous user from Milton, Ontario, Canada

    How stupid do these scammers think we are? The email subject mentions a $50 Credit, and then the body of the scam email bumps that to $100. What a joke.

    remove

  • August 8, 2016 at 6:48 PM by info

    Here is another scam:

    -----Original Message-----

    From: AMAZ0N-Prime Points <Leona@simpleproductmsg.com>

    Sent: Mon, Aug 8, 2016 11:27 am

    Subject: Re:Your (-$100-) AMAZ0N-Prime-Credit-Will-Expire On:8/16/16.

    remove

  • April 8, 2016 at 6:17 AM by info

    Here is another scam:

    --- start ---

    From: "AMAZ0NPrime Points" <Elizabeth@bunksalbeg .win>

    Date: Apr 7, 2016 7:42 PM

    Subject: Attn:Your (- $100 -) AmazonPrime -Credit, Will Expire-on 4/12/16.

    AMAZ0N.com Prime.

    ****ATTN: (-1-) IMPORTANT NEW MSG. RECEIVED, REGARDING YOUR AMAZ0N REWARDS-POINTS

    ****AMAZ0N-PRIME (SHOPPER#9136) - - DATE: 04/07/2016

    ****ONE (- 1 -) DAY ONLY!

    To show you how much we really do value your many years of repeat business, & to celebrate the outstanding success of AMAZ0N Prime, we’ve just awarded you with $100 worth of AMAZ0N bonus-points that can be applied towards any product currently for sale on AMAZ0N's website!

    To use/claim your new awarded store bonus, just follow the link that we have provided below here & use this coupon-card during checkout on AMAZ0N’s website........ That’s about all there is to it!

    Please Visit-Here NOW to Redeem Your Prime Reward. This Reward Set to Expire on 04/12/2016

    ******The Link Provided Above Expires-on 04/12/2016...So Don't Wait!

    --- end ---

    remove

  • March 13, 2016 at 9:13 AM by an anonymous user from Jacksonville, Florida, United States

    Just received same. My filter automatically dumps this as spam so I simply delete all spam. Would never consider opening anything from anyone I didn't request it from. That's always the safest thing to do.

    remove

  • March 10, 2016 at 6:03 PM by an anonymous user from Newark, New Jersey, United States

    Just received this. I hope its doesn't implant any malware.

    remove

  • March 9, 2016 at 12:37 AM by an anonymous user from Houston, Texas, United States

    I get that email all the time in my junk folder.

    remove

  • March 8, 2016 at 11:24 AM by an anonymous user from Medford, Oregon, United States

    Another way to double check is to look at the return email address...and I often do a Google search for the subject line if I'm at all suspicious.

    remove

  • February 6, 2016 at 5:51 AM by an anonymous user from New York, United States

    I got this email the other day but was afraid to click on it, though it sounded good, it was suspicious to me. Ho they know I have Prime, I don't know, but something was off.

    The Amazon word in the email had 0's as O's (zero vs. the letter O), and it just didn't seem like it was a for real thing from Amazon, although I wanted it to be. This question led me to search, and here I am. Found this right off the bat! I thought so, but thanks for the confirmation. I did NOT want to get a virus on my PC or 'schwaggled' in any way.

    Much appreciated. You get nada for nothing :).

    xoxo

    Shelly.

    remove

  • December 26, 2015 at 9:37 AM by info

    Here is another scam:

    "The Amazon Marketplace

    .

    - - - - - -SHOPPER/MEMBER:330213

    - - - - - -DATE-OF-NOTICE: 12/22/2015

    Hello Shopper:jon*********@gmail.com! To show you how much we truly value your years of business with us and to celebrate the continued success of our Prime membership program, we’re rewarding you with-$100 in shopping points that can be used on any item on our online shopping site! (this includes any marketplace vendors)

    In order to use this-$100 reward, simply go below to get your-coupon-card and then just use it during checkout on your next purchase. That’s all there is to it!

    Please visit-here now to get your reward

    ***DON’T WAIT! The Link Above Expires on 12/28!"

    remove

  • December 20, 2015 at 12:21 PM by an anonymous user from Lincoln, California, United States

    Received the following one a few hours ago. Fortunately, Gmail sorts thru them and sends them to my junk folder.

    "AMAZ0N.com Prime.

    NEW IMPORTANT-NOTIFICATION REGARDING YOUR CURRENT POINTS

    AMAZ0N-PRIME SHOPPER ID#8774 - - DATE: 12/20/2015

    ONE (1) DAY ONLY!

    Hello Shopper! To show you how much we really value and appreciate your years of repeat business, & to celebrate the success of AMAZ0N Prime we’ve just now awarded you with $100 worth of shopper bonus points that can be applied towards any product sold on AMAZ0N's website!

    To claim your new bonus, you just simply follow the link that we've provided below & use your coupon-card during the checkout stage on AMAZ0N’s website......That’s it!

    So go here now to redeem your newest reward - Expires on 12/27"

    remove

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