Amazon.com internet

I have recently seen charges from “Amazon.com Internet” on my bank account. They started to charge me once every handful of days and then it increased to up to eight charges daily, a few times in a week. When I called Amazon, they did not see any fraudulent activity on their end. I contacted my bank and was told that someone accessed my personal banking account which I had to fully close and open a new one. Then I found out that when you search for an actual Amazon customer service phone number, they are showing up on Google search engines but are also fraudulent. I don’t believe it’s really Amazon but that’s who they say they are. I received an email from Amazon who when contacted transferred me to another company. They ended up asking for a copy of my drivers license, social security card, a second identification, total amount of fraudulent activity in a notarized letter. They wanted me to fax it to: 402-916-8180. They claim to be Telecheck but I am not sending any personal information to anyone. The phone number given is 866-366-2425. At this point, I am not trusting anyone.

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Yes it is. Based on the user review published on PropertyFraud.com, it is strongly advised to avoid Amazon.com internet in any dealing and transaction.
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Amazon.com internet is rated 1 out of 5 based on the reviews submitted by our users and is marked as POOR.
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