Amazon Sellers Need to Identify These 5 Email Fraud to Protect Your Account
The content is that shark ask you to log in the background to reset the data or the passwords with a link for you. The title is just as frightening as Amazon himself, something probably like checking your account or closing your store. When seeing such a headline, a lot of sellers may be panicked and click the link without further consideration.
Fortunately, the seller is very careful, he find that the e-mail's title and content are not like the most common official Amazon mail, and the most suspicious thing is a link is attached to the mail! Please remember, Amazon will not send any link for the seller to click. Even if the account problem, Amazon will give you a text description, and then you can log in Amazon background and to set.
Please report this mail directly in the message when you see this kind of mail, Amazon will not send any link to you,this is the fishing link to hijacker your account password!
If you accidentally click on the link and log in, please quickly change the password and confirm the bank account linked to the seller account has not changed.
It is stressed that seller must set two-step verification, as long as you click the link, only change the password can not solve the problem! Please be sure to set up two-step verification in order to ensure the security of your account. You can absolutely not regarde it as a trifle, he had seen a seller lost 250,000 US dollars because of this trick, it is not a joke.
Send email with Amazon servers and pretend to be Amazon's official email. Look carefully at the end of the email, the signature is "arnazon", he split "m" into "r" and "n", it really looks like "m".
Send an E-mail to you to informed that there is a potential customer buy your product, you need to send the goods first, post up the tracking number and the customer will remit directly to your account
They disguised as the Amazon official again, you sellers do not be fooled! Amazon will never use e-mail to ask you send products to anybody, all sent information can be seen in the Amazon backstage.
Since Amazon asked sellers to set up a two-step verification, a fraud is very popular recently! Because there are already many sellers click the link careless, sellerspirit remind everyone that you must pay special attention!
Yes, the subject of the email is imitation of Amazon, and this fraud also relate to the account.
The mail starts with "To sell during this Holiday Season you must be in compliance with our guidelines", then the email includes a link to ask you to click.
After the seller clicked, the screen took him to the two-step verification page, but then asked him to enter the bank account information for the second verification. Yes, this is absolutely 100% fraud! sellerspirit needs to remind you again, the Amazon will never give you a link，what's more, teo step verification does not need you enter your bank information.