"Noreply Amazon" Scam Text Messages
The scam texts attempt to frighten recipients into clicking the links in them by claiming their Amazon account has been disabled, deactivated, or suspended. But, clicking the links go to fake Amazon websites that will ask visitors to sign in. If the visitors do as requested, their Amazon account credentials will be sent to the scammers, who will gain illegal access and use it fraudulently.
The scammers may also ask visitors for personal and financial information, they will claim they will need it for account validation, but if the requested information is submitted, it will also because fraudulently.
If you were tricked by a "Noreply Amazon" scam text, please change your Amazon password. And, if you have submitted your credit card information or other financial information, please get in touch with your bank for help. Also, post the scam text you received in a comment below to help inform others.