Over the past few months you have probably been getting messages the one below from time time in your email box.
Most people’s first thought is, I didn’t place an order on Amazon or I didn’t order this. They contact the company to resolve the issue and the entire scam starts.
These data mining scams take on all kinds of forms, some are designed for you to call and they get your Amazon user name and password, some are designed to extract credit card numbers and so on and so forth.
I have a feeling that the scammers have been fine tuning there systems the last couple of months and I expect this holiday season to see these type of emails to flood email boxes.
If and when you get these type of emails, report the spam to
your email provider. Right now, it may be a good idea to
share this warning with your loved ones, or the link to this
quick read on social media.