Scammers are trying to access your Amazon account using a fake email from the company.
According to the BBB, the scammers send a legitimate looking email, saying it's from Amazon.com and including the company's logo. The subject line will be "We could not confirm the address associated with your Amazon account." In a short message, the email explains that Amazon couldn't confirm your address or other personal information with your account. It asks that you verify your info by clicking on the link in the message before logging into your account again.
To avoid getting a virus on your computer or compromising your confidential information, the BBB says:
The BBB adds, scammers choose Amazon customers because the company is an established and trusted brand that is being used even more frequently right now for holiday shopping.