[Scam Alert] Fake Amazon Verification Phishing Email

    Security alert
    Security alert

    Did you receive emails from Amazon that claim your account has been suspended for “unusual activities” and ask you to click on a button to verify your account? Be cautious of these phishing emails!

    Scammers send spoofed emails, pretending to be from Amazon officials. The buttons included in such emails are phishing links, which will lure you into sending your personal information or financial credentials to the scammers. They can use these data leaked on identity thefts or any other scams afterward.

    If it’s necessary, please go to the Amazon website directly to confirm if the issues raised in the email are legitimate instead of clicking on the links provided in the emails. Or else, you can use Trend Micro Check for immediate scam detection!


    Dear Customer,
    Amazon take the security of your account very seriously. For your protection, we have suspended your account because we detected unusual sign in activity on your account. Please verify and update your account information immediately before 24 Hours, so you can continue to enjoy all the benefits of your Amazon account or be permanently suspended.
    Verify Account
    We hope to see you again soon!
    Thank you Amazon

    Amazon phishing email.
    Amazon phishing email. Source: Reddit

    Dear Customer,
    We have placed a hold on your Amazon account and all pending orders. We took this action the billing information you provided did not match the information on file with the card issuer. To resolve this issue, please verify now with the billing name, address, and telephone number registered to your payment card. If you recently moved, you may need to update this information with the card issuer. Verify now
    If you are unable to complete the verification process within 24 hours, all pending orders will be canceled. You will not be able to access your account until this process has been completed. We ask that you not open new account as any new order you place may be delayed.
    Thank you
    Best regards,
    Amazon Help Center

    Amazon phishing email.
    Amazon phishing email. Source: Reddit

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