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Delete , apparently it's irrelevant
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7y, 8m agoPosted 7 years, 8 months ago
Delete , apparently it's irrelevant
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7y, 8m agoPosted 7 years, 8 months ago
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#1
Also i consider this as important , why didnt Amazon call me , my card could of been used dozens of times by now , not everyone checks emails and like me may of ignored this one thinking its a phising email.

Its just lucky my card was no longer in use. i dont feel safe using cards anywhere anymore , sick of feeling like this , as not to long ago i was told if i used a certain supermarket i had to cancel all my cards because card fraud had been going on instore with people copying peoples card from the chip and pin!

I went all through the hassle of cancelling everything then , and now looks like ill have to do it again just to be on safe side ,how many times do banks let you cancel card and they reissue them?? i mean i have no transactions that are not mine , so im just cancelling to be on safe side...is that ok to do?

From wot i can tell everything is mine , but i have shopped like a nutter in the last few months , so been tons of ones to look through.... im quite bad at keep shopping online , i never keep track off most things ,but having a glance at everything and all seems ok

I dont usually check transaction history cause i cringe at how much ive spent in the last few months , but about time i stopped and took more care and look at my transaction history more often.
#2
Why don't you just call amazon and confirm that it's legitimate? Make sure you take the number from the website tho and not what's on the e-mail........
#3
dcx_badass;5742894
How is this an amazon warning? It's irrelevant to us as it's specifically about your card.

Hence why its in the misc section , not a hotdeal , maybe i should of done the title different but never mind :whistling:

But i agree its not irrelevant to anyone but me , hence ill delete

I guess this site is not for asking help or advice
#4
civms47;5742909
Why don't you just call amazon and confirm that it's legitimate? Make sure you take the number from the website tho and not what's on the e-mail........

Yup im going to do this , no reference number or anything on email but im sure they must have it logged. :thumbsup: thanks for your feedback
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dcx_badass
How is this an amazon warning? It's irrelevant to us as it's specifically about your card.


If posting irrelevant items in Misc is a crime, Misc would be an empty place :whistling:

I think Andy's post is a useful one as its a reminder that not all such emails are scams although its still possible this one is (can't find it on Hoaxslayer though)
#6
gari189;5742931
If posting irrelevant items in Misc is a crime, Misc would be an empty place :whistling:

I think Andy's post is a useful one as its a reminder that not all such emails are scams although its still possible this one is (can't find it on Hoaxslayer though)


Not i dont get easily fooled , seems deffo real to me , as it has my last 4 card details on it plus not asking me to clink links , thanks for checking to see if it was a hoax though

Its what i wanted to do also is to warn others , as i just ignored it last week as i said kapersky flagged it as spam and i presumed it was a phising email as ive had so many fake ones from so called banks that i just get use to ignoring them , its only when i quickly glanced over it this morning that i noticed it had my last 4 digits right off my card and also not asking to clink links etc
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gari189
If posting irrelevant items in Misc is a crime, Misc would be an empty place :whistling:

I think Andy's post is a useful one as its a reminder that not all such emails are scams although its still possible this one is (can't find it on Hoaxslayer though)


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