- About This Email Scam
This email is a scam that tries to trick you into giving out personal information such as your passwords, account information or credit card numbers.
In these type of emails, cyber criminals will pretend to be from a legitimate business such a bank, tech company or internet service provider, and claim there is a urgent need for you to update your information or communicate with you for security reasons.
These phishing emails will then attempt to entice you to click on a link that will take you to a fake or "spoofed" site, created with the sole purpose of stealing your personal or financial details. These malicious sites will look very unusual and not fit with what you expect from that company, or could appear very genuine- but in both cases they end up having a suspicious URL in the web address bar.
If you have received such an email, don’t click on any links, open attachments, or expand any included pictures. Don’t try to reply to the sender, and if you believe you’re on a phishing site, don’t enter any information.
This “Your account access has been limited” email is not from Amazon, but rather from a group of scammers who want to trick you in to giving up your personal, financial, or account information.
The below email is a scam.
This is the text of this email, including the grammatical and spelling errors
As Amazon account holder, and valued customer, due to security check
Your account access has been limited for the following reason
We need to confirm some of your account information.
face a problem in the the account . And for that you must follow the steps To activate the account.
Amazon Accounts Team
- Recommended Actions
We recommend that you delete this email and ignore its content. If you have downloaded any attachments or clicked any links from this email, or suspect that your device might be infected with malware, we recommend that you run a scan with Malwarebytes Free.