Watch out folks, new Amazon scam email for 2 step verification


#1

Another 2 step scam email arrived this morning, hope no one clicks on it if it arrives in your mailbox…

email comes from: noreply@www.jonsaw.com.tw


#2

Thanks for the heads up and the email addy. that domain is now on my blocklist


#3

Hi can you remove or deactivate that link, please - just in case someone inadvertently clicks on it. :slight_smile:


#4

It’s not a link, just a jpeg image of the email :slight_smile:


#5

Yet another scam email form the same email address… (Its a jpeg of the email so no links on it)

Is there a spoof email address for Amazon?


#6

Report spoofed e-mails to Amazon

  • Create a new e-mail to stop-spoofing@amazon.com and attach the original, spoofed e-mail. Sending the e-mail as an attachment is the best way to preserve the “header information,” which makes it easier for Amazon to trace the origin of the forgery.
  • If you cannot send the forged e-mail as an attachment, forward the e-mail to stop-spoofing@amazon.com, and include as much of the header information as you can. To find the header information, configure your e-mail programme to show All Headers (this varies, depending on the e-mail programme you use). The headers we need are well labelled and look similar to this:

X-Sender: someone@domain.com
X-Sender-IP: [10.1.2.3]
X-Date: Tue, 08 Apr 2003 21:02:08 +0000 (UTC)
X-Recipient: you@domain.com
X-OUID: 1

Please note: Amazon will not be able to respond to all of the e-mails it receives through the stop-spoofing@amazon.com e-mail address. If you have specific questions about your account, check the Seller Central Help documentation


#7

I have been having that email in my junk folder for the last week or so.


#8

Another email this time targeted at users accounts… Wonder how many will fall for this at Christmas? Reported to Amazon.

Came from: RebeccaCYoung @snapamazon.com

For safety this is a jpeg so the links wont work.