Fraudulent call claims someone else is buying items using your Amazon account

TEXT OR EMAIL. VIEWER TELLS ME HEOT GA CALL TELL HIM. HIS AMAZON ACCOUNT WAS ACCESSED IN FIVE DIFFERENT OMFR PLACES, AND SOMEONE WAS TRYING TO BUY THINGS WITH IT TOTALLY OVER 1100 BUCKS. DO THIS IF YOU ARE RECOGNIZED THIS IS A SCAM AND WISELY HANG UP. THIS SCAM IS IN MANY FORMS A MESSAGE ON A PACKAGE UNDER DELIVERY MAYBE A PRICE TAKEN A FAKE INVOICE OR A PROMISE TO REFUND STUDENT LOANS. SO WHETHER THE MESSAGING INCLUDES A LINK OR PHONE NUMBER, DO NOT CALL OR CCKLINK ON THE LINK. THE OBJECTIVE IS THE SAME TO GET YOUR PERSONAL FINANCIAL INFORMATION AND JUST LIKE OUR VIEWER IF YOU CAN SPOT A SCAM AND C STOP A SCAM. I B

Fraudulent call claims someone else is buying items using your Amazon account

Scammers keep looking for your information and money, and they may be using your phone to try to scam you. different places, and someone was buying things with a total of over $1,100. The caller said he had to connect the viewer to the bank in order to reverse the transactions, and the caller insisted. The viewer recognized it as a scam and hung up. This scam takes many forms, including a message about delivering a package, a raffle, a fake bill, or a promise of student loan repayment. If the message contains a phone number, do not call it. If there is a link, do not click on it. The objective is the same: to obtain your personal or financial information. Just like the viewer, if you can spot a scam, you can stop a scam.

Scammers continue to seek your information and money, and they can use your phone to try to scam you.

A viewer told News 8 On Your Side in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania that he received a call claiming that his Amazon account was accessible from five different locations and that someone was buying things with him for a total of more of $1,100.

The caller said he had to connect the viewer to the bank in order to reverse the transactions, and the caller insisted.

The viewer recognized it was a scam and hung up.

This scam takes many forms, including a package delivery message, a raffle, a fake invoice, or a promise to repay student loans.

If the message contains a phone number, do not call it. If there is a link, do not click on it.

The goal is the same: to obtain your personal or financial information.

Just like the viewer – if you can spot a scam, you can stop a scam.

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