Holiday shopping scams should be no surprise at this point. Thieves know tons of people are looking for great deals on the hottest items of the season and do their best to rip them off. Tap or click here for details on holiday shopping scams that are already making the rounds.

Of course, when we’re talking about online shopping, Amazon is one of the first sites that comes to mind. This is why scammers are now focusing on the retail giants’ customers.

And the latest schemes going around are even trickier than most. Even the savviest shoppers could fall for them. Keep reading to find out what to look for and how to protect your bank account.

Here’s the backstory

Scammers are now tapping into Amazon’s delivery process to harvest personal details and banking data.

Security company Avanan recently discovered a new form of attack on Amazon customers. In the latest scam, criminals spoof Amazon’s order notification page to look like the real thing.

To lure victims there, scammers send a phishing email claiming that an order has successfully been placed. If you don’t recall placing the order, the thieves hope that you will click on the link to question it.

But that is where the scam kicks into gear. The link in the mail will take you to a spoofed page. It seems remarkably similar to the actual Amazon page,…

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