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UK Woman With ME/CFS Says She Has Lost Her Life Savings After Amazon Account Hacked

Saturday 17 February 2018


From UK newspaper the Plymouth Herald:


Sarah Brown
Sarah Brown's Amazon account was hacked and
more than £4,300 of purchases were made.
(Image: Plymouth Herald)

Woman says she has lost her life savings after Amazon account hacked

The retail company has since said they have refunded all of the money to Sarah Brown.

By Katie Timms
16 February 2018
© 2018 Plymouth Herald

An artist says she has lost her life savings after her account was emptied when someone hacked into her Amazon account and bought almost £4,500 worth of goods.

Sarah Brown, 51, from Lower Compton says she has been treated "appallingly" by both her bank and the online retail platform, following the fraudulent activity.


Miss Brown has chronic fatigue syndrome, general anxiety disorder, and chronic insomnia.

She says that the stress of the situation has had a "huge impact" on her health.

"I have hardly slept in weeks and my fatigue and anxiety has increased immensely.

"I am unable to use my bank accounts unless I physically go into the branch and this increases my fatigue."



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