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I was scammed by amazon prime
Jun 21, 2020
Monetary Loss: $220
I thought I was a prime member and used prime for movies. I had watched some movies and found out that I had been charged for additional movies.I contacted a hacker I suppose and he charged my card for $130.00
These numbers being to Todd Price, Cabot, Ar. He is a known hacker, he is contracted to an agency, that deals with old people. I'm 70 yrs old and have underlying conditions I can't call my caregiver, docs. Please send this to TMobile, his reign needs to end.
Week of June 22nd, my email was hacked. People were asked to send me a gift using gift cards. Only one person, sent $100. I changed my password and hopefully the problem seizes. I exercised due diligence by contacting groups of people and placing message on Facebook.
H FULLER emailed me asking me to email back. I know a Herb Fuller so responded with "Sure, what's up?" Scammer responded with a request for me to pick up 4 google game play gift cards. I contacted Herb's real wife. She told me they had been hacked and several people from the real Herb's address book had been similarly contacted. I called and now am emailing you. Can you tell me how to assure that no one got into my address book or what I should do? Thank you