Don’t Open Any Amazon Prime Day Emails, Just in Case | Gizmodo

If someone falls for the scam and does fill in the information requested on the fake webpages, the scammer would then have their name, Amazon password (and if that password was used for other websites, access to those accounts as well), birthday, address, credit card information, and Social Security number, Wired reported.

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