1-888-293-0442 Amazon Order Confirmation Scam

Below is an Amazon order confirmation email asking potential victims to call the fake Amazon technical or customer support: 1-888-293-0442. The scammers trick potential victims into calling them by claiming they have made an order when no such order was placed. If potential victims call 1-888-293-0442, they will only be contacting the scammers, who will request their account credentials, personal and financial information. If the potential victims give the scammers the requested information, the scammers will use it fraudulently.

1-888-293-0442 Amazon Order Confirmation Scam
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The Amazon Order Confirmation Scam

From: Invoice outlaweverette669@gmail.com

Sent: Mon, Jun 21, 2021 12:49 pm

Subject: Payment Receipt

Your Orders | Your Account | Amazon.com

Order Confirmation

Order #AW987654-75744 6535

Dear Customer,

Thank you for your order. We’ll send a confirmation when your order ships. Your estimated delivery date is indicated below. If you would like to view the status of your order or make any changes to it, please visit Your Orders on Amazon.com.

If you did not place this order please call us on +1 (888) 293-0442 to report this to our fraud protection team.

Order summary

Order 1#AW987654-75744 6535

Placed on Monday, June 21, 2021

Arriving:

Wednesday, June 23

View or manage order

Your order will be sent to:

Edward Priest

5 bayou CT,

Barnegat Township, New Jersey, United States,

08005

New Apple iPad Pro (11-inch, Wi-Fi, 128GB) - Space Gray (2nd Generation)

Electronics

Sold by: DataVision Computer Video $769.00

Item Subtotal: $769.00

Shipping & Handling: $30.00

Order Total: $799.00

If you use a mobile device, you can receive notifications about the delivery of your package and track it from our free Amazon app.

P.S. If you did not place this order please call us on.

+1 (888) 293-0442 (Fraud Protection Team)

To ensure your safety, the Delivery Agent will drop the package at your doorstep, ring the doorbell and then move back 2 meters while waiting for you to collect your package. If you are in a containment zone, the agent will call you and request you to collect your package from the nearest accessible point while following the same No-Contact delivery process.

We hope to see you again soon.

Amazon.com

This email was sent from a notification-only address that cannot accept incoming email. Please do not reply to this message.

If you were tricked by the Amazon Order Confirmation scam or tricked into calling the fake Amazon customer support number: 1-888-293-0442, please change your Amazon password, and contact Amazon for help.

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  • July 30, 2021 at 4:34 PM by an anonymous user from: Burlington, Mt Laurel, New Jersey, United States

    I received an almost identical email like the example above from "Amazon" confirming my order for a new Apple I Pad Pro. There was an order number (fictitious)and info that it would be sent to Edward Priest, etc. The total cost would be $799.00.

    Since I believed it to be bogus, I checked my account. No such order was placed. I would hope some legal action could be taken against this individual for this obvious scam.

  • July 9, 2021 at 6:24 PM by an anonymous user from: Ventura, Camarillo, California, United States

    Just scammed by someone in New Jersey ordering a new iPhone. Breaching my security! Very upset 😢

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