Fake Amazon Websites Created using the 16Shop Phishing Toolkit

The Amazon Prime Day Sale 2019 has started and Cybercriminals are creating fake or phishing Amazon websites or online stores to trick Amazon customers into visiting them. The fake websites steal Amazon credentials if visitors attempt to sign into them thinking they are on the legitimate Amazon website located at www.amazon.com.

Fake Amazon Websites Created using the 16Shop Phishing Toolkit

To protect against phishing scams, Amazon customers are advised to turn on Two-Step Verification and should check to ensure that they are on Amazon legitimate before attempting to sign-in.

Below are fake Amazon websites discovered so far. If you have come against other websites, please leave them in the comment section below.

  • verification-amazonaccess.secure.dragnet404.com/
  • verification-amazon.servicesinit-id.com/
  • verification-amazonlocked.securesystem.waktuakumaleswaecdvhb.com/
  • verification-amazonaccess.jaremaubalenxzbhcvhsd.business/
  • verification-amazon.3utilities.com/
  • verification-amaz0n.com/
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Note: Some of the information in samples on this website may have been impersonated or spoofed.
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Fake Amazon Websites Created using the 16Shop Phishing Toolkit