I got two emails over a few days of so called 'cancellation' of an Amazon order.
I was not thinking, and responded to it just saying i did not order anything and what is going on..
No other info except my name.
I sent it.
Then I look at the details of the email. The where it came from had like well over a hundred lines. every other Amazon email has two lines.
Big problem. Then the link goes to some Canadian Pharmacy. another indication it was a fishing expedition for suckers.
I feel really stupid.
Creepsters are getting better at suckering people.
I do not know what they can do with my email, but I can say i will never respond to any wierd emails from some fake Amazon thing again.
Like i said, I am banging my head for even responding.
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Topic - Fell for fake Amazon email. Damn i am mad at myself - Elizabeth 20:10:19 05/10/12 (4)
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