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.
Amazon Echo Hack: How It Works Criminals are getting more sophisticated everyday and could hack into your new smart speakers to steal your personal data. The latest device they use to do that is the Amazon Echo. Smart home speakers equipped with mics programmed to listen for everything you say may be turned into gadgets … How Criminals Can Hack Into Your Amazon Echo Read More »
Amazon Prime Review Scam: How It Works Amazon has become the biggest source of online shopping in the world, making its owner Jeff Bezos officially the richest man in the world back a few years ago. The platform reached an unbelievable number of 306 items sold every second. One of Amazon’s best services is Amazon … Amazon Prime Review Scam Read More »
Amazon Shopping Credits Scam: How It Works (with video below) Amazon is growing its business by the hour, 197 million people visiting the website every month. Regardless of what kind of account you have, regular or Prime, you may become a victim of the latest scheme using the name of the company. The scam comes … Amazon Shopping Credits Read More »
Amazon Login Attempt Scam: How It Works Amazon is the most used online retailer, having over 300 million active users, and being in the Top 5 employers of the world. The main reason for its overwhelming popularity is its ease of use for consumers. However, with this popularity comes a downside; Amazon scams aimed at … Amazon Login Attempt Read More »
How the scam works: (with video below) Every day, thousands of people use Amazon, eBay and PayPal to conduct simple sales transactions on the internet. This situation has opened the door for entrepreneurs of all stripes to make money from the comfort of their own home. But of course, where there is a business enterprise, … Two Online Auction Policy Loopholes Creating Scams: PayPal Change Address And Amazon Removed Feedback Read More »