Amazon Sellers – Amazon Advisory: Beware of Phishing Emails and Secure Your Account Now

Many have taken courses available in the community on how to successfully sell on Amazon and are just starting out. In Lakewood there are also many veteran Amazon sellers who have been successfully selling for years. Recently, restrictions imposed on imports from tariffs to taxes have taken its toll on profits made by sellers. The supply chain problems have caused millions of products to be stuck on container ships stalled on route to ports on the East and West coasts causing un-anticipated headaches for sellers and their customers.

Amazon is advising all Amazon sellers to be aware of phishing emails which appear to come from Amazon and look very realistic. They are intended to steal your Amazon credentials. By responding to these emails criminals could access your seller account and add fake or counterfeit products, steal your pictures and even your profits!

Always check the SKU and ASIN numbers to be sure that they match up with your products.

Do NOT click on any of the links highlighted below in the message! You will be redirected to a fake, but realistic looking  Amazon Site that will steal your Amazon Credentials

Make sure you have set: In your Amazon account settings:

Two-Step Verification (2SV) Settings:
For extra security, require a one-time password at sign-in

Call Amazon Seller Central and login to your Seller Account to check the accuracy of your account.

Ron Benvenisti


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