Warning: An Amazon Phone Scam Is Making The Rounds


The holidays are a time when thieves get mighty creative - and now they're claiming to be Amazon Prime, calling customers to get their info. If you get the call, a pre-recorded message will say that it's an Amazon rep and that you have nearly $800 in charges. Then, scammers are hoping you press "one" to reach a fake Amazon or Amazon Prime rep will direct you to a fake website, waiting on your bank info - and your hard-earned money. The Detroit Free Press said it best: "One red flag of a scam: The robocall asks you to hit one or some other key to continue." Read more here https://www.freep.com/story/money/personal-finance/susan-tompor/2020/12/02/amazon-prime-scam-charges-tompor/6389578002/


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