Billing-problem@amazon.com Fake Emails Sent by Scammers

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Billing-problem amazon.com Fake Emails Sent by Scammers

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Scammers or cybercriminals sending out fake Amazon emails like the one below and spoofing the emails to make them appear as if they came from the legitimate email address: billing-problem@amazon.com. Spoofing is a technique used to change the "From" address of an email to make it appear as if they came from an email account but was actually sent from another account.

A Fake Email From billing-problem@amazon.com

发件人: bil​ling-prob​lem@amazon.com​​ <noreply.energy.water39@vsetur.app>

发送时间: 2019年12月19日 3:23

主题: Re: 【 Amazon Delivery Support 】 【 Notification 】 Authorization Form Customer ID 【 Support 】 - 7503423

Payment Confirmation Receipt Transaction ID: 8472152363 UCHealth

Thank you for your payment. Payment amount: 84.00 Payment method: Visa x8472 Authorization code: 847215 Payment date: 12/19/2019 3:23:38 AM

Please do not ignore this message, as it refers to your account and cloud storage.

We are a group of data storage hackers.

If you receive this message, we've already hack you.

We are software developers (Login And Backup or often called LAB Bot).

Frequently asked questions (FAQs)

Q: What is the LAB Bot?

A: LAB is an automated application made by Bot using a special API request; the API can download all the data or files that are related to your cloud storage and send it to our server automatically via hacked email access.

Q: Definitely, you'll think this is impossible!

A: Smartphones, Apple, Windows, etc. All have cloud storage data. Like Google with Gdrive, Microsoft with OneDrive, Apple with iCloud, and all cloud storage directly connected to an email account.

Q: Why should you care about LAB Bot?

A: Lab Bot is automatically configured and has a five day grace period. On the fifth day, Lab Bot will accomplish its final task.

I.e., share backup data downloaded to the darknet forum publicly or to e-mail correspondence, contacts, social network, co-worker. (You certainly didn't want everyone to see or know your private files (documents, nude photos, hot videos, or others).

Precisely what should you do?

To prevent all of this thing from happening, you need to send Bitcoin with the amount of 0.18472 Bitcoin - to my bitcoin wallet address. (if you didn't know this, search 'how to buy bitcoin' on Google.)

BTC address:

Scan the QR code with your phone to get the address.

So, to stop the LAB Bot process, it's only in one way; "make payments through Bitcoin in the amount of 0.18472 Bitcoin". You have five days to make a payment, and the time will start when this message opened; LAB Bot will know if you've already read the letter because it uses e-mail trackers.

Amazon customers should always go directly to www.amazon.co.uk or www.amazon.com to view their order status or other account notifications. Instead of clicking on a link in an email which may go to a phishing website that steals personal and account information.

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

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  • December 20, 2019 at 3:42 PM by info

    I received a similar email:

    "From: bil​ling-prob​lem@amazon.com​​ <noreply.energy.water34@pawsranger.app>

    Sent: Thursday, December 19, 2019 11:53:22 AM

    To: lorie7122@hotmail.com <lorie7122@hotmail.com>

    Subject: Re: 【 Amazon Delivery Support 】 【 Notification 】 Authorization Form Customer ID 【 Support 】 - 2388677

    Payment Confirmation Receipt Transaction ID: 3277317246 UCHealth

    Thank you for your payment. Payment amount: 32.00 Payment method: Visa x3277 Authorization code: 327731 Payment date: 12/19/2019 5:53:22 PM..."

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  • December 20, 2019 at 11:40 AM by an anonymous user from New York, United States

    Is mercarI a scam?

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    • December 20, 2019 at 12:42 PM by info

      What is their website address or URL?

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  • December 20, 2019 at 4:19 AM by an anonymous user from Edgware, England, United Kingdom

    I too have received a similar email myself this morning 20/12/19, a few hours earlier I received an email (see below) which contained little from email address : noreply.energy.water44@vrackfass.app

    ‘Login Approved.

    task_id:ZBI5858BJR0K’

    It did find an IP address from which it was sent : IP 209.85.222.194

    I will block & isolate!

    WW

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  • December 20, 2019 at 4:03 AM by an anonymous user from London, England, United Kingdom

    Received this email today almost word for word as above.

    Will delete it.

    Thanks

    remove

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Billing-problem@amazon.com Fake Emails Sent by Scammers