Your Kindle e-book order confirmation.

Apparently I’ve been doing a lot of reading lately, so much so that I now have a bill for $50.99 from “Amazon”. :)

Always keep in mind that scammers use popular brand names in an attempt to trick you into thinking that the email is legitimate. In the example below the aim is to get you to click a link in the email that will ultimately take you to a “Malicious”/”Suspicious” site as indicated by a Virus total scan.

If you get an email like the one below do not click links associated with the message or download any attachments. You should instead flag the email as spam and delete it right away!



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