So, I was attempting to sell my Kindle Fire. A buyer emailed asking for the serial number to make sure it's valid. I didn't see an issue with it, so I sent it.
A few hours later...I check my Amazon account while uploading music and my Kindle is NO LONGER LISTED. There is a scam where people get your Kindle Serial Number then call Amazon list it lost or stolen then a get a new free one mailed to some other address. So just a lesson, don't throw away your boxes and if you plan or selling your Kindle, don't give out the serial number!
I'm talking with Kindle Support and they confirmed my Kindle was reported lost/stolen and now I'm trying to figure out how to fix it! I didn't even know there was such a scam until I looked it up.
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