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About Suspicious E-mails

E-mails from Amazon will never ask you for personal information. If you receive a suspicious (sometimes called phishing) e-mail, here are some tips to determine if it's an e-mail from Amazon.com.au.

Important: We take your security and privacy very seriously. Information obtained through suspicious or phishing e-mails may later be used to commit fraud.

Suspicious e-mails not from Amazon.com.au often contain:

  • Links to websites that look like Amazon.com.au, but aren't Amazon
  • Requests for your Amazon.com.au username and/or password
  • Prompts to install software on your computer
  • Attachments that can contain unwanted software

Note: If you received a message like this, don't open any attachments or click any links.

To learn more about e-mails from Amazon and how to protect yourself from fraud attempts, go to Identify Whether an E-mail is from Amazon and Protect Your System.

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