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Yesterday I received a small avalanche of emails supposedly from Amazon about an order I did not make to be shipped to a Kevin Newton in MI. and welcoming me to Amazon Prime.
I called the # given and was assured the matter would be cleared and I would not be held responsible for the payment (which was declined) and advised to change my password (which I have not done yet). Today I get a promotional email from Amazon Prime offering me a discount.
Later, I am looking at a Stratus Ozone Generator and the price is more than I have in cash and I did not see a PayPal option included in the payments accepted. So, I thought I would call the number given in the contact information to inquire about this. To my surprise, after going through an automated drill supposedly from Amazon custom services, I am directed to a man who cannot tell me WHY this phone # is listed as a contact for this company.
He tells me I need to change my password. Told him I am suspicious of the whole call and hung up on him.
Thought I should give you a heads up. Apparently my account is trying to be hacked and they want me to change my password so they have access to it.
Tell me what to do... Kamalla Laqueta
Preferred solution: Let the company propose a solution.
Location: Hot Springs, Montana
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