Amazon Prime Call: Membership Charge
Amazon Prime Call Scam: How It Works
Beware of a new Amazon Prime Call scam that’s been going around these days. It relates to your membership so please read carefully this article. Let’s take a look.
Amazon Prime has been making a killing in the last couple of years, having up to date over 200 million people accessing the site monthly. There is no surprise that scammers also want a piece of it – and that happens every other second. There are many well-known Amazon scams out there, but the latest one refers to a phone call that you may receive these days.
Click on the Soundcloud image below to listen to this scam call that you may receive:
It is an automated message that states your credit card has been charged for a new Prime membership. If you want to hear more, you are invited to press 1. When you do, a real person picks up the phone and starts inquiring about personal information – claiming to verify your account – that should never be given over the phone.
Alternatively, the scammer may say that there is a problem with your account, or that your membership needs to be renewed.
Aside from this fake Amazon Prime call, watch out for a few other dangerous scams involving the brand, such as the Amazon Prime Review Scam, Amazon Prime Gift Text Scam, as well as some bogus Amazon jobs from home.
Amazon Prime Call Membership Scam: How To Report
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