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Chris Cardinal discovered someone running such a scam on Amazon using his account: the scammer contacted Amazon pretending to be Chris, supplying his billing address (this is often easy to guess by digging into things like public phone books, credit reports, or domain registration records). But as you can see from my chat transcript above, the CSR team falls like dominoes with just a few simple data points and a little bit of authoritative prying.

Then the scammer secured the order numbers of items Chris recently bought on Amazon. [...] It's clear that there's a scam going on and it's probably going largely unnoticed.

(It was delivered Fedex Smartpost, which means handed off to the USPS, so perhaps the lack of tracking custody contributes to their willingness to push the replacement.) Why Amazon's reps were willing to assign the replacement shipment to a different address is beyond me.

I was told it's policy to only issue them to the original address, but some clever social engineering ("I'm visiting family in Oregon, can you ship it there? • December 21, 2012 AM I'm still a bit uncertain how the "missing dot" factored in to this particular heist, but reading through the articles I found out a cool trick I never knew about gmail: sub-addressing by using plus notation.

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