Quick Tip: Think Before You Click
Why? There is an Amazon email phishing attack in progress.
The bad guys are targeting Amazon customers, urgently claiming you need to update your information within twenty-four hours, or your account will be permanently disabled. They count on you getting worried and acting quickly without thinking it through.
The email has several red flags like typos and bad grammar, but even if the emails are perfect—which they often are these days—it is a bad idea to click on the link in the email. Instead, you should go directly to Amazon using your web browser and see if your account has any notifications.
Think Before You Click.