I'm sorry to be one of those that have to throw out those idiotic warnings, but if I save at least one person from falling for this, I figure it's worthwhile. I just got the following email: When I clicked on the link, it took me to my Amazon sign on page and had my email address already typed in (like usual). All it wanted was for me to sign in to my account. It looked very legit and came from email@example.com. I'm still skeptic about any links in emails that want me to verify my information so I called my credit card (the ONE that I use for Amazon) and they said that were was no suspicious activity on it (which I figured that they would have contacted me instead of Amazon if there WAS). I also went amazon.com and under the Help page was a like to identifying suspicious emails. #2 said: Amazon.com will not ask you to verify or confirm your Amazon.com account information by clicking on a link from an e-mail. And, when I actually click on the link, it's a different link than what was stated in the email: http://secure.amazon.com.gp-css-homepage.c...XXXX@XXXXXX.net (email address edited) ^_^ Most of the other links on the page took you back to legit Amazon links, like my Wish List. But also according to the real Amazon.com - We never use a web address such as "http://security-amazon.com/. . ." or an IP address (string of numbers) followed by directories such as "http://123.456.789.123/amazon.com/. . . ." So anyway, I just wanted to give everyone a "heads up" on this incase you get it as well. Don't fall for it, it's a well-made scam.