Your Amazon.com Promotional Credit your account may have been hacked by 3rd party login

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In addition to my previous blog. I also noticed, amazon kept on sending out email title :¬†Your Amazon.com Promotional Credit many many times. I don’t know if it’s a system glitch or someone is doing this trying to trick me to login into fake amazon website to steal my account, it call phishing. Don’t fall for it people. Some could be so fake, real amazon.com link domain but it take you to a redirect link website from amazon to a non amazon phishing site and you login, and boom! your account got hacked.

how to create fake amazon.com website phishing for amazon account hacking but you can prevent by learning these methods

how to create fake amazon.com website phishing for amazon account hacking but you can prevent by learning these methods

Thank you for purchasing from Amazon.com.
Your recent order xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx entitles you to a promotional credit which we have added to your account. This credit can be applied to your next qualifying purchase.
Promotion details:
Additional information on this offer can be found here.
Thank you for your purchase from Amazon.com. Your purchase entitles you to a $9.95 promotional credit, good towards Adventure Quest Worlds Amazon Warrior Armor. To redeem your credit just visit: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00AQ2KZWK click “Buy Now” and your credit will be automatically applied. If you don’t play Adventure Quest yet, you can start playing for free here: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00ADTP5OE/ just log into your Amazon.com account and click “Link and Play Free” to get started today.
The promotional credit must be used by February 16, 2013. This offer is subject to Terms and Conditions.
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