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Fraud Against The Elderly: Why Are They So Vulnerable?

There are many scams out there that try to part you with your money or even identity. I’ve talked about some specific types of scams known as phishing scams which are generally emails made to look like they are from legitimate companies such as Apple, Netflix, PayPal, and Amazon.

A lot of times I have shown examples of those types of fraudulent emails because I myself have received them especially ones that claim to be from PayPal, one of which you can read about here. Thankfully, I haven’t fallen victim to these type of phishing scams even though I’ve gotten close several times.



Amazon Phishing Email and How to Avoid Becoming a Victim

There are so many scams out there online especially just waiting for you in the inbox of your email. I’ve talked about the different kinds email phishing scams out there ranging from PayPal, to Apple, and even Netflix.

Well today, we’re going to be taking a look at another that involves a very popular online retail giant. I’m going to take a look at what makes it a phishing email such as the email address itself, to the body of the email, and any common spelling and grammatical mistakes that you see in these type of emails. The email is an Amazon phishing email and so without further ado, let’s take a closer look.


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