Amazon Fake Order Scam

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The message below (shown in yellow) is an insidious kind of phishing scam that tries to steal your personal information (credit card numbers, bank account numbers, etc.).

The scammer has put together a fake order receipt that claims to thank you for spending more than $1400 dollars. Anyone who gets such a message will naturally panic and want to call to correct the error — and that’s the trap! If you call the number listed a polite person will answer (the scammer), ask you for your credit card information, apologize and tell you everything has been cancelled. And bingo! You’ve just given away your personal data to the scammer. Don’t fall into the trap!

from: Product Shipping status@amazn-usshipping97.co
date: Jan 21, 2021
subject: Items placed & ready to be shipped # AZ2865-987418779

Dear customer,

Thank you for your order!

The estimated delivery date is based on the handling time and the warehouse processing time. In certain cases, the estimated delivery date will vary.

You will receive a tracking number by email once your package ships. You can check the status of your order on our App.

Find your order confirmation below. Thank you again for ordering from amazon.

For any changes to this order, contact Order Help-Desk: +1-877-930-1951

Your Order #AZ2865-987418779 (placed on 2021-01-21) (estimated delivery date 2021-01-31)

Billing Information:

Payment Method: Card: Visa/ Master

Shipping Information: Barbara Whitney, 303 East Pine, Sanderson, TX 79848 USA

Shipping Method: Priority

If you haven’t ordered it contact Order Help-Desk immediately: +1-877-930-1951

Item: Apple iPad Pro (12.9-inch, Wi-Fi + Cellular, 512GB) – Space Gray (4th Gen) 1 $1349.00

Item: Apple Smart Keyboard Folio for iPad Pro 12.9-inch (4th Generation) – US English 1 $149.00

Subtotal $1498.00
Shipping & Handling $0.00
Grand Total $1498.00

Happy to serve you

Amazon

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Leslie Holt Business Proposal (Scam Warning)

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The message below (shown in yellow) is a typical example of a business investment scam, with a bit of mystery attached — what is the proposal?

If you make the mistake of replying to “Leslie” (almost certainly not the scammer’s real name), you’ll soon discover that the “proposal” involves having you provide your bank account or credit card information, or having you pay a fee to “unlock the deal.” Once the scammer has your information or your cash, he’ll disappear, never to be heard from again.

from: L.D Holt leslieholt001@gmail.com
date: Jan 12, 2021
subject: Re: Time Is Of The Essence

Hello,

Good day to you.I have a lucrative business proposal, which I believe we could mutually benefit from. Please contact me on my private email address: leslieholt001@gmail.com

Sincerely,
L.D Holt.

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Amazon PlayStation Order (Phishing Scam Alert)

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The message below (shown in yellow) is a phishing scam – it’s not a real message from Amazon.com. It’s an attempt to steal your credit card information.

If you get an email message like this one that says a $1400 charge has been placed on your account, your natural reaction is to immediately call the company to stop the phony charge. And that’s exactly what the scammer here hopes you will do, because the company phone number listed in the message is not a real number: it goes straight to the scammer. “Yes, Mr. Jones, I can cancel that order for you. Just give me your card number and date of birth please….”

That’s the trap. You think you’ve cancelled a phony order, but in fact you’ve just given your private information away to a thief.

AMAZON Order Confirmation
Order #980-784657-654322

Hello Customer,

We thought you’d like to know that we’ve dispatched your item(s). Your order is on the way, if you need to return an item from this shipment or manage other orders, Call our Toll-Free

If you need further assistance or to Cancel your order, Call us Customer Service 1(844)576-0035.

Arriving: Tomorrow
Your shipping speed: Standard Delivery

Your package was sent to:
David H Banns
1360 Raintree Lane
Wellington, Florida
33414, US

Your package is being shipped by ATS and the tracking number is 87647553623410. Please note that a signature may be required for the delivery of the package.

Shipment Details

Play Station 4 Pro Console – 1 TB Slim Edition
Sold by John David
Item Subtotal: $1459.90
Shipping & Handling: $00.00
Pending Payment: $1459.90

If you need further assistance or to Cancel your order, Call us Customer Service 1(844)576-0035.

We hope to see you again soon.

A M A Z 0 N.C0M

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GEORGE DIAMOND, ETOMI CHAMBERS (Scam Alert)

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The message below (shown in yellow) is a typical advance fee fraud message. The scammer claims to have money to send you, but if you make the mistake of replying, he will tell you that the money is ready to go as soon as you send the required transfer fee, or bank charge, or import tax, or something similar.

If you make the bigger mistake of sending that “advance fee,” the scammer will disappear with your money and never be seen again.

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From: GEORGE DIAMOND, ETOMI CHAMBERS & PARTNERS georgeetolidiamond@gmail.com
Sent: Wed, Jan 6, 2021
Subject: YOUR FUNDS, GET BACK TO ME ASAP

Sir/Ma,

Your message is received and the contents therein quite understood.

Send back your filled Presidential Form as transmitted to you alongside a copy of your ID as required by Law. I will submit the same to the Presidency for final processing and authorization to the paying Bank. The Presidency has commenced your funds release processes, awaiting receipt of your government mandatory fee to authorize the Scotland Bank to wire your funds into your account.

In accordance with Huge funds and Presidential Laws, the mandatory Government fee covers the processing, insurance and deposit charges to be paid by you and as soon as the charges are confirmed, the Scotland Bank will wire the whole funds into your account. Meanwhile, upon my application,I have received a copy of the deposit Certificate from the paying bank through the Presidency for your perusal and I will send you the copy, for understanding of the legality of this transaction.

Meanwhile, send me your working voice telephone numbers to call you for oral communication.

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Dr. Mathew Doglas Partnership (Scam Warning)

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The message below (shown in yellow) is an example of a typical business investment scam, but with an extra twist: the scammer says he wants to move to your country and become your business partner.

Scams of this kind promise you lots of money as a successful investor, but if you make the mistake of replying, the scammer will ask for personal information (like bank account numbers or credit card info) and then use that to empty your bank account.

from: dredwardndulakamichael@gmail.com
date: Jan 5, 2021
subject: DEAR GOOD FRIEND CAN I INVEST WITH YOU? QUERIDO AMIGO ¿PUEDO INVERTIR CONTIGO?

Dear Good Friend

It interests me to contact you after my investigations on your capability and Sincerity.

I wish to seek for your assistance in a fund transfer deal that will be of mutual benefit for the both of us.

Please I want to relocate to your country with my family and I will like to buy a house where i will live with my family.

I will be happy to partner with you if you have any viable project

I wait for your urgent response so that we can discuss your own %

Please get back to me through this email or you add me on whatsapp +229-61928057 OR through email mathewdoglas11@gmail.com so that we can talk more on my investment project

Regards,
Dr .Mathew Doglas
+229-61928057
…………………………………………………………………..
Querido buen amigo

Me interesa contactarlo después de mis investigaciones sobre su capacidad y sinceridad.

Deseo buscar su ayuda en un acuerdo de transferencia de fondos que será de beneficio mutuo para ambos.

Por favor, quiero mudarme a su país con mi familia y me gustaría comprar una casa donde viviré con mi familia.

Estaré encantado de asociarme contigo si tienes algún proyecto viable

Espero su respuesta urgente para que podamos discutir su propio%

Por favor, contácteme a través de este correo electrónico o agrégueme en whatsapp + 229-61928057 O a través de mi correo electrónico privado mathewdoglas11@gmail.com para que podamos hablar más sobre mi proyecto de inversión.

Saludos,
Dr. Mateo Doglas
+ 229-61928057

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United Nations COVID Scam (Public Email Alert)

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The message below (shown in yellow) is a scam that claims to come from the United Nations, but in fact appears to originate from a scammer in Argentina. (See the “From” address in the message header.)

Scammers routinely take advantage of real events (such as the COVID19 pandemic) to trick people into participating in their schemes. This scammer promises money will be sent to you as soon as you provide personal information. If you make the mistake of replying, the scammer will use your information to empty your bank account or impersonate you online.

from: UNITED NATIONS silvia-iriarte@fibertel.com.ar
reply-to: UNITED NATIONS lj565813@gmail.com
date: Jan 5, 2021
subject: RE UNITED NATIONS

Following the instruction to pay all company/individual who are victimized by COVID19 pandemic which may have caused them damages $500,000 each by the UNITED NATIONS and IMF through online banking transfer service, we wish to inform you that your email address was one of the lucky ones to receive this prize. To make sure that there is no mistake; the reference information cannot be forwarded now until you confirm the following:

1. Name__
2. Age___
3. Company Name__
4. position__
5. Cell Phone___
6. Address___

The above information should be directed to Lucas Joseph on this email (lj565813@gmail.com)

secret code: MGZ789G. Note: Your file will expire after 3 days if there is no response, then we will not have any option than to return your fund to IMF as unclaimed. Your swift response will enhance our service, thanks for your cooperation

Regards,
REGARDS
Lucas Joseph
UNITED NATION USA
WEBSITE: unitednationusa.us
CONTACT EMAIL: lj565813@gmail.com

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Warren Buffett Donation (Email Scam Alert!)

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The message below (shown in yellow) is an example of a charity-donation scam. It claims to be from the American billionaire Warren Buffett, who says he wants to send you part of his fortune. Alas, “Warren Buffett” here is just a scammer (notice the email originates from India). If you make the mistake of replying to the message, the scammer will try to get your credit card or bank account information, and then instead of making a promised deposit, he will empty your account of whatever is in it.

The real Warren Buffett of course has nothing to do with this message. Scammers routinely use the names of famous people to make their scam messages sound legitimate. Don’t fall for the trap!

from: proyeknpk@pim.co.id
reply-to: warren.e.buffett001@gmail.com
date: Dec 22, 2020
subject: From Warren E. Buffett

Best regards! My name is Warren E. Buffett, an American businessman, investor, and philanthropist. I am the world’s most successful investor and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway. I firmly believe that I can give in life. I had an idea that never changed: I was supposed to use my wealth to help people, and I decided to donate two million five hundred thousand US dollars to randomly selected people around the world. After receiving this email, you should consider yourself a happy person. Your e-mail address was chosen randomly during the search online. Please contact me as soon as possible so that I know that your email address is valid. Contact for compensation claims by email: warren.e.buffett001@gmail.com

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Ms. Wai Wan, Hong Kong Bank (SCAM ALERT)

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The message below (shown in yellow) is a typical example of a bank/investment scam. The sender (who is just a scammer and doesn’t work at a bank) claims to have millions of dollars that he/she wants to invest in your country. But if you make the mistake of contacting the scammer, you’ll soon be told that the money will be available once you send the required “transfer fee” or “currency exchange fee” or something similar. If you make the bigger mistake of sending that “fee,” the scammer will quickly disappear with your money and will never be heard from again.

from: Ms. Wai Wan. wan@wardeveloper.shop
reply-to: ms.waiwan@gmail.com
date: Dec 22, 2020
subject: Hello Hello

From Ms. Wai Wan,
Bank branch Manager,
Hong Kong.

Greetings to you.

My name is Ms. Wai Wan, Vice Chairman/Ceo/Executive Director of my bank in Hong Kong.

After several official inquiries from the foreign trade office of our Chambers of Commerce and Industry, I decided to contact you directly for your cooperative assistance. I am interested to transfer funds to your country through your assistance.

I am in Hong Kong presently and I have the sum of Forty Eight Million US Dollars which I would like to transfer into your account to invest in your country if possible.

I made this money (US$48,000,000.00) through genuine banking means in the 2014 fiscal year. I choose you because I cannot be directly involved because I am still working with my current bank, I hope you can understand my situation and assist me to receive and i nvest this money properly as this is my only hope.

You will get 40% of the total fund as commission for your sympathetic co-operation while 60% will be for me.

If you accept this offer, I will appreciate your timely response.

With respect.
Ms. Wai Wan.

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Scam Alert! Mrs. Teresa Mpume, a Wealthy Widow

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The message below (shown in yellow) is a familiar type of scam message that checks a lot of the usual boxes. A wealthy widow (check) is dying from cancer (check). She needs your help to oversee her fortune (check) because her soon-to-be-orphaned child (check) is too young to manage it.

Unfortunately, “Teresa Mpume” doesn’t really exist. She (or he) is just a scammer trying to tug at your heartstrings, and then eventually empty out your bank account.

from: mrsteream40@gmail.com
date: Dec 22, 2020
subject: From Mrs.Teresa Mpume

From Mrs.Teresa Mpume
Email: venkanna@bsnl.in

My Dearest Beloved,

First, let me start by introducing myself. My name is Mrs. Teresa Mpume, a nationality of South Africa, I was working with Build Safe South Africa. You can view the profile of Build Safe South Africa at (www.buildsafe.co.za) and read about us. I am married to late Mr.Thulani Mpume and we were married for twenty years with a child. He died after an illness that lasted for four weeks. Please know this may come to you by surprise, i know that you do not know me, but i need your assistance hence i am writing to you as my will directed me, and it is my desire to go into this business / relationship with you.

When my late husband was alive we deposited the sum of USD$15 .5M (Fifteen Million Five Hundred Thousand U.S.Dollars) with Finance, Though i assisted him in getting this contract for this deposit signed. I am afraid that the government of South Africa might start to investigate contracts awarded from Build Safe South Africa. This money is still with the bank. Recently my Doctor told me that I would not last for the next three months due to my cancer problem, though what disturbs me most is my stroke, Having to know my condition I want to invest this money into any profitable business of your choice, whatever interest/profit that will come out from this investment of your choice will be shared by both parties.

I have a child that will inherit this money but my son cannot carry out this work by himself, my son is just 15 year old now and growing up in Africa and handling this huge amount of money will certainly be a disaster for a fifteen year old, He is not mature yet. Hence this the reason for taking this bold decision in contacting you. I am not afraid of death as I know that I am going to be in the bosom of the Lord. I would like you to understand that my contact to you is by my own free will, and as soon as I receive your reply I shall give you the contact of the Finance/bank. I will also issue you a letter of authority that will empower you as the new beneficiary of this fund through my attorney. My happiness is that I will be living something worthy for my son whom I will be living behind. Any delay in your reply will give me room in sourcing for an individual for this same purpose. Please assure me that you will act accordingly as i stated here and i will like you to contact me immediately you receive this mail so that i will instruct the Finance/bank to! Transfer this fund into your account.

My Regards to your Family,
Yours Faithfully,
Mrs. Teresa Mpume
Use my private Email: mpumemrsteresa@gmail.com

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COVID Charity Scam from Mrs. Favour Unisa

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The message below (shown in yellow) is a typical example of a charity scam. Lots of new charity scam messages have gone into circulation since the COVID pandemic, but they all follow the same old pattern: the scammer has millions of dollars and wants you to help give it away to charity. If you respond, the scammer will try to get personal information from you (bank account numbers, for example), and then instead of sending you money to distribute, the scammer will empty your account of everything you have.

from: 2019faun@gmail.com
reply-to: 2019faun@gmail.com
date: Dec 7, 2020
subject: My COVID-19 charity donation.

Please contact me in my email ( unisafu2020@gmail.com )

Greetings to you my dear,

My name is Mrs. Favour Unisa I have a donation of (6.900.000.00 USD) MILLION for you. Please I will like you to get back to me if you will help on this donation to help the poor. I will give you more details on how you can help to invest this money to help the poor because of my poor health condition which I will let you know as soon as I hear from you. Reply for more details & information.

God bless you as I wait for your reply.

Your sister.

Mrs. Favour Unisa

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