You can fight scammers who order big-ticket items from your Amazon account with a one-time password that stops them from receiving the item.
Don't get too excited if you receive a text message from "Amazon" claiming you've won a prize—scammers are impersonating the brand in this phishing scam.
If anyone asks for payment via Amazon gift cards, it's likely a scam, especially if it's someone claiming to be from a government agency.
Although somewhat harmless, being a target of a brushing scam can mean your information is compromised and could lead to more harmful scams.
If you receive a call from Amazon about suspicious activity on your account, it's likely a scam, and you should hang up immediately.
Received an Amazon package that you didn't order? Check your account—scammers could be posting fake reviews on your behalf.
This scam starts with a recorded message about an early (or unwanted) Amazon Prime renewal. To 'cancel' you will unknowingly be transferred to a scammer impersonating 'Amazon.'
Scammers are sending convincing emails, posing as shipping companies and online shopping sites, in order to collect your personal information.