Uh Oh, My "Primes video service" is going to be suspended"

@snowy22315 (146101)
United States
November 23, 2022 10:17am CST
My Primes Video Service being suspended has me quaking in my boots.. Oh no... Whatever have I done wrong? These scammers are too much. They could at least make it look legitimate by not misspelling the service or coming from some wacky email. Put your heart into fellas!!! I would laugh if it wasn't sad.
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@just4him (267793)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
24 Nov
I'm glad it was a scam and you have nothing to worry about.
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@snowy22315 (146101)
• United States
24 Nov
Yes, My membership doesn't expire until September, there would be no reason to "suspend my service"/" Fake, Fake, Fake.
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@just4him (267793)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
24 Nov
@snowy22315 I'm glad there's no reason to suspend it.
@kaylachan (39628)
• Daytona Beach, Florida
23 Nov
Some scammers can't be bothered to realize we're smarter than they are.
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@snowy22315 (146101)
• United States
23 Nov
I mean, I presume they have some kind of proof reader on their computers...would it be so hard?
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@kaylachan (39628)
• Daytona Beach, Florida
23 Nov
@snowy22315 They do, but for their native tongue, it's not configured for U.S. English. Scammers often come from Nigeria, and their English is.... obviously incorrect to be polite.
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@RebeccasFarm (77451)
• United States
26 Nov
Yes I got that one too
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@snowy22315 (146101)
• United States
26 Nov
Oh whatever will I do??
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@DWDavis (20696)
• Pikeville, North Carolina
24 Nov
I'm glad you spotted the gaff.
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@snowy22315 (146101)
• United States
24 Nov
I am sure there are some who wouldn't...but it is quite obvious.
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@dgobucks226 (31544)
23 Nov
I often get a call saying my Amazon account is suspended. Or suspicious activity purchase of $1,000 call to verify. What a joke and if I call, I can hear background noise that suggests the scammer must be calling from his house. I will tell them I'm reporting the number or to find a real job and they immediately hang up.
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@snowy22315 (146101)
• United States
23 Nov
Usually if you tell them to get lost they will.
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• Southend-On-Sea, England
23 Nov
I don't receive many spam emails these days.
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@snowy22315 (146101)
• United States
23 Nov
I sure do, but I can always spot them. The fakes are just not that clever.
@pitstop (11183)
• India
23 Nov
This is a disaster! Bad spellers are going to take over the world and destroy us.
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@snowy22315 (146101)
• United States
23 Nov
It was a scam email. No one is going to believe their scams if they don't spell it right. In this case, they actually made something plural that shouldn't have been.
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@shaggin (63113)
• United States
23 Nov
It is very frustrating there are so many scammers out there. I actually thought one was a scam and it is actually my internet company has our last name spelled wrong
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@snowy22315 (146101)
• United States
23 Nov
Oh brother..
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@Juliaacv (72743)
• Canada
23 Nov
The scammers are into everything possible these days. Buyer beware.
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@snowy22315 (146101)
• United States
23 Nov
Yes, they asre are
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@MarieCoyle (9441)
23 Nov
You're right, the number of scammers is ridiculous. People need to wake up and check things before they dive in to a disaster.
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@snowy22315 (146101)
• United States
23 Nov
Another thing is when they say something like Dear Customer...or Dear Madame or something., they never know your name.
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