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Account Hacked and now I can't get AWS Billing to remove the costs from account so I can close it for good.
I opened a free tier account with Amazon to learn about AWS for a job I was working for, I never used it at all after it was opened and never touched again since when I left my job I no longer need to learn AWS. Fast forward to March of 2022 which I got and email from AWS that my personal account might have been compromised and to please contact support through the control panel. I went through all the directions of the support personnel ONLINE thru WEBCHAT ONLY, they directed me to enter my credit card just so the account was fully active and they would only charge $1 to make sure the card works. I entered the card and proceeded to follow directions how to remove all of the information that the HACKERS had left behind and what was causing all of the billing for my account that was compromised of $18,XXX.XX. Then in April my AMEX card was automatically billed $2,4XX.XX and the support person said of sorry it was automatically billed (I argued that you lied and told me there would only be $1 charged but they had no answer for me now I called AMEX and placed a dispute on that bill!). So finally I clean up all of the hackers remains and they stated that sales/security has to review the request that these were fraudulent charges, I stated of course they were, you alerted me that someone compromised my account! Now they want me to send them $18,XXX.XX and they stated it will be credited back to me either if I used my credit card or WIRE TRANSFER. They would credit my account and send the money back?????? I said no I don't have those funds and I didn't create those bills, now they come back and state they made a decision and it stands I owe the money! Do I need a lawyer for this? I also believe this 1st email may not be real from AWS since they don't provide phone numbers ever! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Dear Amazon Web Services, Inc. Customer, Despite several attempts to charge the default payment method on your AWS account, you still have past due balances that requires your immediate attention to prevent account suspension. See below for details: Amazon Web Services Account Number: 4440XXXXXXXX Open Invoices: Total Due ( USD ) 15,XXX.XX Total Past Due ( USD ) 15,XXX.XX Invoice Number Currency Open Amount Invoice Amount Invoice Date Due Date Age Status 1010XXXXXX USD 15,XXX.XX 15,XXX.XX 03-Apr-2022 03-Apr-2022 46 We are here to help you address these past balances via any of the options below. If we are unable to resolve these balances within the next 3 business days your account may be suspended and you will no longer be able to access your AWS Management Console, manage existing resources, or buy any new resources. If you do not pay all past due charges and reactivate your account within 90 days of suspension, your account will be terminated and all resources on the account will be lost. Options to resolve your past due balance: 1. Reply to this email. Our Accounts Receivable analysts are here to help resolve any billing or payment issues. 2. Login to your Billing and Cost Management Console. Under Billing, click on Orders and Invoices, then select the Verify and Pay option. This option enables you to manually pay via a registered bank account or credit card. 3. Pay via ACH/Wire and include the invoice numbers with your payment. This will ensure that we allocate your payment to the right invoice. . Include the invoice number as part of the wire instructions, a. Include the invoice number on your check, or b. Email us and let us know to which invoices we should apply payment. Use the following payment instructions: To send an Electronic Funds Transfer for USD payments: To send a check for USD payments: Amazon Web Services, Inc. Bank: Wells Fargo Bank Address: 420 Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA, 94163, USA Account #: 41213XXXXX ABA Routing Number: 1210XXXXX Wire Routing Number: 1210XXXXX Swift Code: WFBIUS6SXXX Amazon Web Services, Inc. PO BOX 84023 Seattle, WA 98124-8423 Please also note that you can find a complete breakdown of these charges and view the printable PDF copies of your invoices by logging into the AWS Billing and Cost Management Console. Kind Regards, Patrick Capillas Amazon Web Services, Inc. Accounts Receivable Toll Free Number - 1877-252-0770 firstname.lastname@example.org aws.amazon.com *Edit: Removed banking information. — Kita B.
amazon account hacked and generating money charges
Hello, on saturday 06/04 my account was hacked by an error when I published a password in a public repository, when I received the change email, I deleted all keys and roles, as well as aws users, I changed the password of the account, and changed my email password, actrive MFA with the phone, I stopped all services that were started (apparently for mining with EC2) and checked everything, However, the account is still violated, currently with a charge of 40 usd of something I never use and I fear it will continue to rise, I already sent a case in review, attached images, but no one solves the problem, I want to delete the account, I want to unlink my data, every hour that passes I feel that more charges will be generated, more services initiated, EVERYTHING. besides if i close the account, the charge will remain open and will arrive to my address, a charge that i never used, i only had the account for educational purposes. this is totally frustrating, i talked to support but they take 2 days to answer every message, and every second that passes a new active service is generated.... I do not know what to do, I have seen cases where they reach 10k of debt, and I do not want to reach that, I am a student, I can not pay, and above all, I can not pay something that does not correspond to me, my account was HACKED, it is as simple to verify my innocence as to see from where the requests are made, instance creations, accesses. and see that does not correspond with my country and address registered in the AWS account...PLEASE I NEED HELP.
My AWS account has been hacked over a week and it generated a bill of $2845 in last two days of Feb and $3431 in March. In just 15 days, this amount got generated.
On 26th Feb, I received a mail from AWS ragrding Irreular activity so I immediately followed the steps mentioned in that email, I deleted the access key, changed my password. I couldn't see any new user,roles and ploicies in IAM at that time but now I can see 30 roles and policies applied. I have deleted the roles and policies and other amazon resources whic were producing the bill. I made this account only for educational purpose, I cant afford to pay such an amount $(2845+3431). I'm a student. Today I generated a support ticket 9763861881 and reopend the ticket which got generated on 26th Feb for irregular activity. Please assist.
Why is entity ID and event ID important in Amazon Fraud Detector?
I'm having difficulty finding information about the `entityId` and `eventId` input variables to [get a prediction](https://boto3.amazonaws.com/v1/documentation/api/latest/reference/services/frauddetector.html#FraudDetector.Client.get_event_prediction) from Amazon Fraud Detector. The description is only "*The unique ID used to identify the event.*" and "*The entity ID. If you do not know the entityId , you can pass unknown , which is areserved string literal.*" Can someone explain why this variable is important? What happens if someone uses the same event ID for two different events? How are entity IDs created?
Amazon Fraud Detector prediction pricing ?
' trying to deep dive on Amazon Fraud Detector [deployment pricing](https://aws.amazon.com/fraud-detector/pricing/). My understanding is that customers pay both a per-hour charge ("hosting charge") and a prediction charge ("fraud prediction charge"). Is that correct? For example, let's say a customer deploys a fraud model to make 1MM predictions a month. - hosting charge = 30 days x 24 hours x 1 model x $0.06 per compute hour = $43.20 - prediction charge = 0.03*400000 + 0.015*600000 = $21K Correct?