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

email hyperlink send you to a website ( 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 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.

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


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

Victim Location 32225
Type of a scam Tech Support

I contacted who I thought was Amazon by phone about a product I was interested in purchasing. I called the number 866-281-0333. As a was speaking to the "Amazon" representative another person came on the line and said that were were on a three way call with Amazon. That person identified himself as a Mr. David D. Miller and offered to sell me a security system for my computer. I told him no but somehow he gained access to my computer anyway. He kept asking me if I did any online banking and what type of websites I liked to visit. I He put these little green locks all over my desktop and now I can no longer use my computer. They are now calling me and threatening legal action if I don't pay them $1500 for the software they installed on my computer.

Victim Location 72203
Type of a scam Online Purchase

This morning I received an e-mail from Amazon thanking me for purchasing an expensive chandelier with a delivery address in England.

I hit reply and sent them a return e mail telling them that I had not purchased anything from Amazon. Upon closer examination I saw there was a special button to click if this was not my order. I decided NOT to press the button and just figured it was some kind of a scam.

Victim Location 72719
Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order

I am afraid this is a scam. It says its from Amazon, Thank you Member, you have been an outstanding member so we'd like you to accept a $100 Amazon balance! Please be directed towards the acceptance steps below, then has butto to cliock Acceot ($100) Amazon Balance. I did not click on it, I googled address since its Oklahoma and founf its a virtual office building.

Victim Location 73030
Total money lost $100
Type of a scam Charity

I'm not sure if this the real Amazon they didn't seem to know what they were doing my account has been hacked into. These people I recognize there voices from a credit card i had before. They seem to be following me . I changed my phone number. My actual account isn't mine they have a different account on Amazon in have called them concerning this. They seem to be from a different country there accent is broken English.

Victim Location 23438
Total money lost $1,000
Type of a scam Online Purchase

An online buyer posted a vehicle for sale using Amazon. Amazon's instructions and the buyer informed us that after we purchase and send proof of purchase of the 3 iTunes cards at 500.00 each that they would ship the vehicle to our home at the buyers expense.

After we sent proof of purchase, they now say that we have to pony up an additional 1000.00 to ship the vehicle. This was not part of the original deal, so we asked to cancel the deal since the shipment is advertised as at the buyer's expense, and now it has changed. Amazon is now saying that we will lose 65% of the 1500.00 if we cancel.

This is a pure rip off, and we want all of our money back.

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