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Victim Location 77351
Total money lost $50
Type of a scam Employment

after submitting my application I got a call and message from an Ohio number telling me to complete an application at Amazon Data Jobs dot com. visited the site on my work computer but it redirects to another site.

search of the phone number and saw several complaints in the last two weeks about this number and the same job offer to work from home for 6K per month.

Victim Location 36025
Type of a scam Employment

Phone didn't ring and had a voicemail telling me to finish my application for amazon work from home job. I never did any such application, so didn't even go to the site.

Victim Location 79851
Type of a scam Employment

A guy named Max called my husband's phone, which never rang, and left a voicemail. The voicemail said, "hi Max here calling about the application you submitted for the work from home opportunity with Amazon. Please complete your application and learn how you can earn up to $3,000-$6,000 per month using your computer with Amazon. The website to finish your application is amazondatajobs.org". The thing is, my husband never filled out any applications to work from home.

Victim Location 20017
Total money lost $2,400
Type of a scam Phishing

Person texted us saying they were Amazon and that fraud had been detected on our amazon account. we called back and gave our debit card number because "Amazon" said they needed it to fix the situation. Instead the person stole $2400 from us. They answered the phone as amazon and even sent us emails with Amazon's logo.

Victim Location 87124
Type of a scam Phishing

Received an email from "@amazonhelpline" stating that someone from Dayton, Ohio was trying to reset my password. The email wanted me to call 1-888-569-2835 to provide account details.

Victim Location 49014
Total money lost $100.78
Type of a scam Online Purchase

replied to a reward survey email I did not okay shipment or accept product but got billed by this company. protect-hlthstore.com

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Victim Location 27612
Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

When checking my local weather on my mobile phone I was interrupted by an Amazon "Quiz" that promised 1 of 3 prizes. A new I phone, a new Samsung Galaxy, or a 1000.00 gift card. This was the second time I have gotten this pop up. You needed to answer 3 questions and if you were correct the three aforementioned prizes popped up but we're obscured by treasure chests. Once you chose a chest your "prize" was revealed. Then you had to agree to these obscure and non closing terms..... essentially forcing you to spend money on Amazon over several months with rules meant to message you up. I have Amazon prime and just paid them almost 100.00 for the privilege. I am now cancelling all business with them. Just to complain to them by phone you were asked to log in and pay for the phone number. Are you kidding?

Victim Location 54738
Type of a scam Phishing

I was using the Internet and a window popped up saying that Amazon chooses 10 members every Sunday to give $1000. Choose either an iPhone, a galaxy or ....

Once I saw the address had nothing to do with Amazon, I didn’t go further.

Victim Location 73120
Type of a scam Online Purchase

Trying to get someone to click link of a qualifying sale that wasn’t made.

Victim Location 35212
Type of a scam Online Purchase

This scammer contacted me about a fake order that I didn't even make. It promises to compensate me $50 if I take a short survey, but I know this is a scam because this is not from the official Amazon email address.

Victim Location 84065
Type of a scam Phishing

A person called claiming to be from Amazon wanting to confirm my address. Next thing I know Amazon is confirming a purchase for almost $400 that I did not order. I quickly called Amazon and our credit card company to report the scam and get our accounts cleared.

Victim Location 37379
Type of a scam Online Purchase

I Got this email -- and I knew something was up -- I do not HAVE an Amazon account -- searching the phone number proved it was a scam.

Password assistance

Someone tried to reset your password from Dayton,Ohio, If you have not requested this code

Please Call Us on 1-800-462-0049.

And Please provide this code and your email address to verify your identity

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Amazon takes your account security very seriously. Amazon will never email you and ask you to disclose or verify your Amazon password, credit card, or banking account number.. If you receive a suspicious email with a link to update your account information, do not click on the link—instead, report the email to Amazon for investigation.

We hope to see you again soon.

Amazon.com

Victim Location 32570
Type of a scam Counterfeit Product

You call them for customer service reference refunds and they take money out of your account. THEY DO NOT BELONG TO AMAZON

Victim Location 32824
Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

email hyperlink send you to a website (https://todayresearch.com/?01917e4da22ddf4738a4b2c2f810f44b) to make a survey about amazon prime. email says there's a 50$ reward. Websites ask you to share your location. I didn't continue and closed all browser tabs and clear all the data and relaunched.

Victim Location 35602
Type of a scam Fake Invoice/Supplier Bill

The internet messaging indicated I owed $62.00 for a game I was said to have ordered from Amazon to Facebook.com. The game was [email protected] I had 180 days to dispute this charge in the resolution center to get full refund, I have the email and would forward it to you if you desired. I did not click on any link.

Victim Location 33803
Type of a scam Employment

Work at Home Opportunity – New Amazon Job Scam

Scammer called me and solicited to me the opportunity to work for amazon selling Amazon products in there website.

After asking me about my Credit Cards and current employment and job description they abruptly hung up the phone.

Victim Location 95361
Type of a scam Phishing

I received this email today. I don't have an Amazon account. Normally I delete unsolicited or unknown emails. This one is weird. I have no unauthorized charges on any of my accounts.

Dear Customer,

We need your help resolving an issue with your account.

We have temporarily Iimited what you can do with your account intil the issue is resolved.

What is the problem?...

We need a little bit more information about you to help confirm your identity.

Please update your information within 24 hours.

CASE ID#-***.

Click on the link below to update your information.

http://www.amazon.com/update/information/users/default/confirm.cfm

Paul Smith

Manager Amazon

Copyright © 1999-2017 Inc.

Tel: 800-722-5909

Fax: 800-722-5909

Victim Location 78228
Type of a scam Phishing

On 5/5/2017-I received the following message on my email address

''Did you forget? Your $50 Amazon Reward Is Waiting

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Victim Location 30005
Type of a scam Online Purchase

This scam starts with a vehicle for sale well below market price, where the seller used a personal tragedy (husbands death) to try and explain why they were selling it so cheap. They just moved out of state so they are using Amazon to help sell the vehicle. They provided a document (PDF) with lots of Amazon logo's and copyright material and the title was "Amazon Purchase Protection" with a case "ID". Then this is where the scam became very clear. The payment is made "secure" buy purchasing Amazon gift cards with cash in $500 increments. No credit or debit cards are allowed to avoid making any "mistakes". Then you call their 800# for Amazon Support (888-273-8645) to "confirm" your payment. Then... "Upon payment verification, Amazon starts the shipping process. Amazon verifies that the buyer receives the item. The inspection period begins once the item is delivered.

To protect you against the risk of liability, Amazon holds the buyer's funds pursuant to the terms of the Amazon Purchase Protection Service Policy, and any other agreement entered between Amazon and its customers. When payment is received, it will be verified and secured into a non-interest bearing trust account. After payment is secured, Amazon ships the item to the buyer.

Amazon's Payment Guarantee Policy is a unique benefit that offers you protection from unwarranted refunds, allowing you to accept more high risk orders. For all eligible transactions, we will completely reimburse you for any refunds resulting from claims of unauthorized purchases and non-receipt of goods."

But once they have your gift card #'s the deal is done and you are out of your money. There is no car and never was one.

Victim Location 38930
Total money lost $2,900
Type of a scam Online Purchase

the scammer said they was going to sell a 2013 kia optima sx for $2900.00 if I send the money the car would be shipped in 4days for free if I didn't wont the car I can send it back and get my money so the car never came so they email me and said that I would have to send $2000.00 more dollars because they cant ship the car without any insurance that's when I realise it was a scam

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