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I have been received loads of emails that say Amazon orders have been canceled, which is funny as i have not ordered anything from Amazon for ages.

 

Thought it was SPAM, but checked online for reports just in case.

 

http://www.hoax-slayer.net/amazon-canceled-order-spam-emails/


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I have had loads of these too. The big give away is that the emails purport to come from Amazon. COM rather than CO.UK and they list an order I know I have never ordered and in a plain email rather than having the Amazon heading and my name rather than the nickname I use.


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I have had about 6 emails purprting DPS cannot deliver a package...as I haven't ordered anything I know these emails are spam. there is link in the mail to respond to..Not likely. funny how the ISP domain is .RU

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I have had many, I delete them as I know I havnt ordered what they say has been cancelled!

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Amazon doesnt use the 3 digit code on the back of your debit or crdit card so anyone can use your card once they know your amazon sign in details. This is basically a phishing email hoping yu log in via the link they provide for your convenience.

Amazon are arrogant and stupid with regard to keeping your card detaisl secure, they will always say it is your fault if you faal for this trick but it only works because they have a crap security and personal details storage in the first place

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I get loads of these as well - knowing that I haven't ordered anything, I just delete them.

 

 

I suspect that Ebay might also be a victim in that Yahoo mail have started shooting all my Ebay emails into SPAM.. which is a nuisance due to the fact that I am currently listing stuff for sale on Ebay and all my notifications are now in the wrong folder !


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It s not just AMAZON.

 

This came yesterday trying to get me to click the link but came in my normal live not spam inbox.

It has my name and address which is worrying as how they got that information. The format used in the email is the same as previous phishing links

 

Hello Mr xxx xxxx ,

 

We are pleased to report that the following item will dispatch sooner than expected.

If you have any questions about your order please contact us . Your order confirmation is below. Thank you again for your business.

 

 

YOUR ORDER HERE AND LINK SUPLIED

 

Shipping Information:

Shipping Method: Mr XXXX

XXXX

 

Live home address supplied here

 

Royal Mail - First Class Packet

 

Item SKU Qty Subtotal Sherco Airbox White Stickers Set 2011 RB/3174 1 £3.24 Sherco Sprocket Protector Black RB/2026 1 £100.10 Subtotal £130.34 Postage & Packing £3.20 Grand Total (Excl.Tax) £130.79 Includes VAT of £2.75 Grand Total (Incl.Tax) £160.54

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Got this email yesterday supposedly from Amazon but the Amazon was the .de one!

Product Name: Amazon Prime Subscription

Order Number: 7283476

Receipt Date: 6/13/2017

Payment Method: Amazon Account

Membership Price: £179.00

 

The subscription period will automatically renew unless you turn it off no later than 24 hours before the end of the current period. To cancel auto-renewal or manage your subscriptions, click below and sign in.

 

Want to cancel and refund your Prime membership?. Refund or Cancel Subscriptions.

 

I have never had Amazon prime!

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beware, it is a phishing email and not from Amazon.

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