Even the largest commercial website in existence isn’t immune to fraud, as a number of Amazon scams exist. There are multiple types of schemes, including on the site itself and scams claiming to be associated with Amazon.
Seller fraud is one of the most common types of Amazon scams, including sellers that don’t fulfill orders or dealers posing as manufacturers.
The good news is, here is how to detect a fake Amazon website, or any other malicious site on the Internet.
Amazon Scams: Full List Below
Other common scams include Amazon scam email campaigns, promising rewards, or claiming to be from the company. Amazon gift card scams, Amazon credit builder scams, and Amazon gift cards or credit cards, are also pervasive.
The purpose is to steal not only your money but your personal data for identity theft, too. Here is how to remove your personal information from the Internet.
Learn more about all the Amazon scams and how to avoid them below.