Thursday, 13 June 2013

Amazon scam warning

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Relax, it's not Amazon scamming, no, no. But you could get fooled into giving the scammers your details. Not me, we hear you say - but lots of people do, or it wouldn't be worth the trouble to set the scam up. Key scam words are always related to giving them your card number, expiration date, and other highly dangerous information. No proper company, particularly Amazon, would ask for such information in an e-mail: you get rejected automatically when you place your order online if there's a problem.

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