This usually takes place when you’re initially getting started with Auto Ordering… just reset your password per Amazon’s information.
You’ll then require to reenter your new password in Auto Ordering and everything must work flawlessly.
Note: If you are running into common problems with Amazon permanently locking your accounts, we extremely suggest you consider our Managed Accounts choice which lets you place Amazon orders without the annoy of opening, funding, and maintaining Amazon accounts.
Greetings from Amazon
Please take the time to study this message – it has significant information about your Amazon account.
After cautious review of your account, we consider it may have been accessed and used by a third-party to try to make purchases without your authorization. It seems that someone got your personal account and/or financial information elsewhere, and used it on Amazon to access your account. Please note that no illegal charges were done as we were able to cancel the order(s).
We take instant steps to protect your account. We’ve allocated a new, temporary password to avoid further access by the illegal third-party, and detached any credit cards or other payment methods from your account. Moreover, if any information was added to your account by someone other than you, it has been removed. Your account access has been restored and is accessible to use at your easiness.
You’ll require to reset your password when you return to our site. Just tap “Your Account” at the peak of our Home page and choose “Forgot your Password?” in the Settings section.” Enter your email address as provoked, and once completed, we’ll send you an email having a personalized link. Tap the link from the email and follow the directions given. Your new password will be helpful instantly. Please note that you will require to re-enter your entire credit or debit card number during the checkout process.
It is significant to know that Amazon.com accounts can only be accessed by those who know personal, exact information about you and your account, along with your email address and Amazon password. As stated above, it appears someone got this personal account information elsewhere and used it on Amazon to access your account.
While it is not clear how this occurred in your circumstance, we do know that personal account information is often obtained by scam artists who deliver unwanted email to unwary users inquiring them to “update” their account information. The email generally contains a link to a website that is controlled by the robber asking the user to submit personal information including email address, password, credit card number, and other applicable information. Once the information is obtained, the scam artist can then gain access to several online accounts since many internet users often use the similar user name, email address, password, and financial information at many websites.
Know that Amazon.com employees will *never* ask for your password, nor will we ever send an email inquiring you to confirm personal information.
Although it appears somebody did access your Amazon account, they would not have been able to analyze your full credit card numbers as they are never shown on our site.
Although, it is probably your credit card numbers may have been compromised at the time your other personal information was obtained. Thus, we advocate you carefully review recent credit card statements to ensure for any strange activity or illegal charges.
In the future, you can secure your Amazon password and account by following some of the mentioned below protection tips:
1. Select a good password: Use minimum 8 characters and a mixture of letters and numbers. Do not use only dictionary words, your name or other personal info that can be without difficulty obtained, or a password that contains part of your email address.
2. Password safety: Avoid using the similar password at several sites or for your email account. Also, do not share your password with others.
3. Account safety: Be careful of unwelcome emails that emerge to come from trustworthy online shops or services that ask you to submit personal information, for example, your credit card number, email address, and password. Often these emails will look as though they come from the company you’re familiar with, and the email will inquire you to tap on a link and “sign in”. You must never offer this kind of personal information in an unsolicited email.
Feel free to be in touch with us, if you have any further questions or concerns by dialing our toll-free +1-844-444-4171. Professionals accessible here are certified, trained and knowledgeable enough having several years of Experience in dealing all such issues with Amazon. We offer step by step support to Unlock your Amazon Account under the guidance of Experts. Don’t waste your precious time in seeking support from here and there, simply be in touch with our toll-free for value-added solutions instantly at an affordable price.