Anyone else receive an email from Amazon regarding a password reset? I saw the email and it said my password had been reset as I may have been subject to a phishing scam. I thought the email itself was fake despite it strangely lacking spelling errors until tried to log into Amazon where of course my password was no longer accepted.
It's all sorted now but I sincerely hope the phishing attempt came from their end and not mine. I never open links on supposed official emails nor give out personal details via email.
Here's hoping it was a one off and that my computer has not been compromised.
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