Recently receive an email from that says your order cannot be shipped? Beware…it might be a scam!

Holiday shoppers have come across many of these emails that appear to be from, but are not. Once you click the ‘click here’ link, a webpage opens that appears to be an authentic web page, where you’re asked to enter personal billing information and click ‘save and continue’. However, this information isn’t going to Amazon –

Your personal information is being captured by hackers!

If you ever question the authenticity of an email or want to check the status of your Amazon order, log in to your Amazon account and check your account there.

If you have been a victim of this phishing or spoofed email scam, please submit your complaint by clicking here. Also, let Amazon know about it byclick here.

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