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Fake Bill for Amazon Prime: Beware.


NormanH
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Their trick is to present a bill for the year and ask you to reply if you wish to cancel, which of course one may be tempted to do especially if like me you always try to avoid Prime, but think  that you may have unwittingly ticked a box when you bought something.  If you do reply I imagine it may give them access  to you Amazon account as you would  be asked to log in.

I smelled a rat and checked the sender's address which was in South Africa, so I looked the scam up on that site.

What is alarming is that they had  the correct email for my  Amazon account.

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