If you get a voicemail about an Amazon purchase you didn’t make, ignore it


Amazon is ripe for scams. The online retail juggernaut has grown even larger during the pandemic as more people shop online. It’s no surprise that scammers are taking notice.

A scam need not involve a direct attack on victims. A cybersecurity group found millions of records showing deals between sellers and reviewers designed to pump up a product’s ratings and appeal. Tap or click here to see how to spot these fake reviews.

This is not to say you’re safe just by avoiding products with fishy ratings. Crooks are reaching out to their victims directly using Amazon as bait. Keep reading to find out the latest tricks and what to…

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