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Police Warn Residents of Amazon Prime Subscription Scam by Elliott Binks

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Everyone please be careful. Dont reply that email and dont click of their link. Keep flagging the email so other people can be saved.

https://www.andoveradvertiser.co.uk/news/18229045.police-warn-residents-amazon-prime-subscription-scam/

AmazingPerson
8 days ago
What do you think of this?
AmazingPerson
AmazingPerson
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8 days ago

Thats is the email they are sending. I have received about 5 by now. If you see email just flag it. Image

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KijManhas
KijManhas8 days ago

I don't have an Amazon Prime subscription but thanks for sharing I will let my family and friends know.

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Pjran
Pjran8 days ago

There’s also a phone call scam about amazon, here’s part of the email from our local police.

The scam, which we first reported on in October 2019, involves victims receiving an automated call, informing them that they have been charged for an Amazon Prime subscription.

They are subsequently instructed to ‘press 1’ to cancel the transaction. When they do this, they are directed to a fraudster posing as an Amazon customer service representative.

The fraudster advises the victim that the subscription was purchased fraudulently and that remote access to their computer is required in order to fix a security flaw that will prevent it from reoccurring.

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AmazingPerson
AmazingPerson
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8 days ago

Oh wow I didn't know about it. Thanks for letting us know. The world is becoming more and more fishy 😱😱😱

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