w4Fza Info Scam - Amazon Rewards Credit

The fake "Amazon Rewards Credit" text message below is a scam. Therefore, recipients are asked not to click the link in it that goes "w4fza .info". The website is a phishing scam that steals personal and financial information. It may also take visitors to spam and malicious websites.

w4Fza Info Scam - Amazon Rewards Credit

The w4Fza Info Scam

From: 332-210-6190, 1-404-406-7179

[First Name], you still have $150 Amazon Rewards credit: w4fza.info/jdD7ilAQ5q See what you can claim before it expires on 03/22 w4fza.info/jdD7ilAQ5q

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