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Can't stress enough to NEVER trust any emails that claim to be from your bank, Ebay, Amazon, email provider .... etc .... especially when they invite you to click on a link. People usually feel vulnerable, as the email usually threatens of suspension/closure of account; debiting of money for something that hasn't been purchased .... etc. If in doubt, go to...
12:41 Sun 11th Dec 2016
Can't stress enough to NEVER trust any emails that claim to be from your bank, Ebay, Amazon, email provider .... etc .... especially when they invite you to click on a link.
People usually feel vulnerable, as the email usually threatens of suspension/closure of account; debiting of money for something that hasn't been purchased .... etc.
If in doubt, go to the web site in question by typing the address into the address bar - do NOT click on the link :)
N.M. I agree totally with your post & hope the very elderly on here are taking heed of this warning, if it's FREE, Is it???? If you have given your bank your details by going into the bank, they will nevre contact you by EMAIL, that includes the ones you mention, If in doubt CONTACT your Bank or whoever holds your details by phone, have a Scam FREE Xmas, well I really hope you do, if in doubt ask your AB Friends, it's quicker than a phone call.
Amazon Pay A-to-z Guarantee for Buyers

We wish you to buy with confidence every time you buy using Amazon Pay; that's why we guarantee purchases from traders when you use Amazon Pay for competent purchases on merchants' websites/apps. Delivery of an item/service & condition of a product are guaranteed under the Amazon A-to-z Guarantee. Through this, you will also be refunded if you do not receive an agreed upon refund from a merchant or if a merchant charged an amount more than the amount you authorized for your purchase.

The mentioned below policy applies to the purchases made on merchants' sites/apps using Amazon Pay.

The mentioned below items and situations are not covered by the Amazon A-to-z Guarantee:

Cash instruments
Banned items (including items violating the Amazon Pay Acceptable Use policy).
If you paid by credit card and the issuing bank has made a chargeback.
Harm or loss that happens to physical goods after they are delivered to the destination you given to your seller.


About Denied Claims

Claims can be denied for a range of reasons. The common reasons for a claim being denied comprise:

The item received was the similar as described by the third-party seller.
The item/service was received and the third-party seller given verification of delivery.
You failed to answer to a request for further information.
The claim was filed due to buyer regret rather than an actual issue with the item.
You report a chargeback with your payment processor or bank.
You were disinclined to return the item to the third-party seller
Seller is able to present proof of delivery of a physical item/service.

Appeal a Denied Claim

If your A-to-z Guarantee claim was denied, you can appeal the judgment. To make an appeal just reply to our claim denied e-mail received from Amazon Pay.

How to Withdraw a Claim?

If you reached a resolution with the seller, you can remove your claim. To do so, just reply to our initial claim confirmation email received from Amazon Pay.
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