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Fake Amazon Mail Phishes for Login, Payment Information

05
Feb
2016
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From the mailbox: a fake Amazon mail which attempts to persuade the lucky recipient that they have the chance to win £10 in return for completing a quick survey. The mail, titled “ΙD: 569369943” and claiming to be from “members support”/[email protected](dot)com, reads as follows:

As a valued customer we would like to present you with an opportunity to make a quick buck. We are offering £10 each to a selected number of customers in exchange for completing a quick survey relating to our service. Your opinions and thoughts are vital in order for us to provide the best possible service. Please press the link below to get started.

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