An ongoing scam, which says yours items weren’t shipped, is fooling even those who are hard to deceive.

I use Amazon many times a year. In fact, like many others, almost all of my holiday shopping is done via the online shopping website. So, if you see an email that says your items couldn’t be shipped, you’ll likely try to fix the situation.

According to the Better Business Bureau, top-level scammers are using our fears of not having our items shipped against us!

The scam sends you an email with the title, “Your order cannot be shipped.” The body of the email then has you click a link to confirm information, and that’s how the scammers get you.

"The landing page looks really good. It could easily fool you, Lechelle Yates of Better Business Bureau told WGRZ. “The page wants your full name and address. But worse, it wants your credit card information including your CVV, your three digit security code on the back. "

After you’ve given the scammers all your information, you are sent to Making many not realize they’ve been scammed!

"Never, never, never click the link that is provided in an email. Always go to the website directly," Yates warns.

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