Amazon Scam Emails are circulating around the internet. These emails usually contain messages with capital letters and bold text, a subject line that reads “A Trial Deposit Has Been Successfully Made to Your AMAZON CREDITBUILDER,” and an attachment with a.TIF file extension. The first email is just an introduction as to what’s to come in the future; the second email contains a.TIF file that includes
What is the Amazon Creditbuilder thing?
If you received an email that says “A Trial Deposit Has Been Successfully Made to Your AMAZON CREDITBUILDER,” please do not fall for it. This is a scam email that aims to steal your personal information. Amazon does not offer a credit builder program, and there is no trial or deposit involved. If you receive this type of email, please delete it and do not respond.
How to get a free trial?
If you’ve received an email that looks like it’s from Amazon, but claims that you need to make a “trial deposit” in order to get a free trial, don’t fall for it. This scam tries to steal your personal information by pretending to be from Amazon. Don’t trust any email that asks you to make a payment in order to get a free trial – only buy products and services through legitimate channels like Amazon.com.
What are the steps to sign up for the trial and confirm you’re set up to get paid after you’ve referred them friends?
If you have referred friends to sign up for the trial of Amazon Credit Builder, and they have confirmed their eligibility and signed up, then you are all set up to start receiving payments.
To begin receiving payments, you will need to follow these steps:
1. Visit the Amazon Credit Builder website and sign in.
2. Click on “My Account” in the top right corner of the screen.
3. Under “Your Account Summary,” click on “Referring Friends.”
4. In the Referral Code section, copy the referral code that your friend sent you and paste it into the “Referral Code” box on your My Account page.
5. Click on “Confirm Referral.”
6. If everything looks good and your friend has authorized Amazon Credit Builder to pay you through their bank account, congratulations! You’re all set to start receiving payments!
You’ll have your money in about a month!
If you’re looking to buy something on Amazon, be aware of an email scam that targets the Amazon customer. The scam email says that a trial deposit has been successfully made to your Amazon creditbuilder account. The email goes on to say that you need to click on a link in order to verify the deposit. If you don’t click on the link, your account will be cancelled and you’ll lose your money. Don’t fall for this scam! In reality, there’s no trial deposit and nothing is going to happen to your account if you don’t click on the link.
Whenever we receive an email that seems too good to be true, our first instinct is usually to delete it and move on. However, in this case, I want to share with you a warning about an Amazon scam email that’s been circulating recently. The email claims that you have successfully made a trial deposit to your Amazon creditbuilder account, and asks for your bank information so that the balance can be transferred. DON’T give away any of your personal information like bank account numbers or social security numbers in response to this email – it’s just a scam designed to steal your money!