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The "Amazon Your Order Has Arrived" Phishing Scam

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The "Amazon Your Order Has Arrived" Phishing Scam

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Amazon customers or online users who have received the "Amazon Your Order Has Arrived" email messages like the one below claim you have been chosen to participate in a short, anonymous survey regarding your experiences with Amazon, is a phishing scam. The fake emails are being sent by cybercriminals to trick potential victims into responding with "Ship my order" to confirm their so-called orders, or "This is not my item" if the so-called items were sent to them by mistake. Once the online criminals receive a response from their potential victims', they will ask their potential victims to visit phishing websites that steal credit card information, online account credentials or personal information. The potential victims may also be asked to visit malicious websites that will infect their computers or mobile devices with viruses, ransomware, spyware or other malware.

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The "Amazon Your Order Has Arrived" Phishing Scam

From: accounts70911526906960380055@lcd.ection.info <accounts70911526906960380055 @lcd.ection.info> on behalf of Thank You Amazon <gimialick@hotmail.com>

Sent: Sunday, December 16, 2018 1:09 PM

Subject: Amazon your order has arrived

Amazon Please Respond

CONGRATULATlONS: gimialick, CLlCK_HERE

Hello ,

Amazon Opinion Panel Wants to Know What You Think

Congratulations Amazon Shopper!

You have been chosen to participate in a short, anonymous survey regarding your experiences with Amazon.

Once you have completed this 10-question survey, you will be offered a few exclusive rewards (valued at $250.00 or more) for providing us with your valuable feedback.

Details

Order #231-0456370-0984673

Email delivery: Monday,October 12, 2018 at 5:02:10 PM (GMT)

Estimated delivery is in 5 minutes, but may be delayed in rare circumstances. Learn more.

Claim Your $250 Reward >>>

Your Orders

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PO box 971, Reno NV 89504

This is a marketing email, 1401 Lavaca Street # 107, Austin, TX 78701

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Recipients of the fake or phishing emails are asked to delete and should not follow the instructions in it. Online users who have already being tricked are asked to contact their banks if they tricked into using their credit card on the website that they were taken. They are also asked to change the password for their online accounts.

Note: Some of the names, addresses, email addresses and telephone numbers in email samples on this website may have been impersonated.

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  • Jan 9, 2019 at 9:04 AM by an anonymous user from Washington D.C., District of Columbia, United States

    Another variation of this scam:

    "Amazon.com

    Amazon Order Confirmation (link to scammer's site!)

    Hello,

    Your Amazon account was used to buy a 250$ Gift Card on a computer or device that had not been previously associated with that Amazon account on Monday October 12, 2018 at 5:02:10 PM (GMT)
    If you did not make these Purchase or you believe an unauthorized person has accessed your account, you should Verify Your Information as soon as possible account page at :

    Cancel The Order (same link to scammer's site!)

    Details
    Order #231-0456370-0984673
    Email delivery: Monday,October 12, 2018 at 5:02:10 PM (GMT)
    Estimated delivery is in 5 minutes, but may be delayed in rare circumstances. Learn more.

    Your Orders

    Send gift card(s) to: jemylovato@hotmail.com
    Total Before Tax: $250.00

    Order Total: $250.00

    Sincerely,

    We hope to see you again soon.
    Amazon.com"

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  • Dec 18, 2018 at 5:34 AM by an anonymous user from Madrid, Spain

    These are being sent with spoofed sender addresses

    remove

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