Amazon scams you need to watch out for
Scammers are impersonating Amazon in a variety of different ways. If you're a customer, here's what you need to know to avoid getting caught.
Amazon's huge number of customers unfortunately means its name is being used by scammers in a bid to get their hands on your money. So if you're shopping on Amazon during its Black Friday sale here are some of the most common Amazon scams to watch out for and how to keep safe.
Discount voucher just to say thank you
Amazon customers have been targeted with the offer of a free discount voucher just to say "thank you" for being a loyal customer.
The scam email says Amazon is “happy” to give a discount voucher which offers huge savings on a product of your choice..
This is a hard topic. It is a topic many of us have heard of or even read about. In fact, based on my initial research, many more have experienced this than I ever could have imagined, and yet, almost no one talks about it.
Whether it’s an seller who is selling products online with no capital behind him, or a buyer who builds a trust on a website and buy certain product ,this is something we are seeing more of in recent years. It is not new; we have seen it before but now, we are seeing a whole lot more of it. I am talking about Fiverr and their scams.
It has now happened to me, at different levels. I started an online startup company to sell my products and created a Fiverr account.
My colleague introduced me to Fiverr and after checking few advertisements about it online I started my first gig on 21 May 2018.
Company Name: Netflix
Title of your review: Unauthorized charging
More Details: I have a complaint with Netflix. They’ve been charging me since 2016 on my account and I have not using it since 2016 on May and they still charging..
Company Name: Netgear
Title of your review: NO "Startup Button"
More Details: There was NO Startup Button on which to from their website listed..
Company Name: Paypal
Title of your review: They are not safe! They support scam sites!
More Details: I stupidly ordered a Google Home Max from this scam site, 50flashsale.com, which says I received my product 4 days ago, but apparently the Google..