OTP text from Amazon? Did it happen when you were not trying to log in to your account? Beware! Someone is trying to access your Amazon account.

Many people fall for unauthorized login attempts by scammers to gain access to their Amazon accounts. This review will explain how and why this scam works.

Amazon OTP Text – What is it?

Amazon OTP, which stands for one time password, is part of Amazon’s two-step verification. This was added as an extra security layer. It can be seen when you log in to your account, or when purchasing certain types of products. This random number is generated by Amazon and sent to your email address or registered phone number.

Amazon OTP SMS Scam – How Does It Work?

This text message does not come from a trusted source. Scammers are trying to access your Amazon account. Don’t click any link in the text message. Amazon 2SV/OTP text messages do not contain links. They only contain the code. The following tips will help you protect yourself against the scam:

  • Change your Amazon password to something new and difficult to guess.
  • For any accounts sharing the same password, change your login information.
  • Do not click on the embedded link in the text message

Have you been scammed by Amazon OTP Text Scam? Do the Following!

It is a scam and you should immediately delete the message. Do not forget to notify your loved ones. If they get such a message, they are asked not to click the link.

You can also report unscrupulous websites or scams and tell us why the websites are fraudulent.