Arnaque identité (Phishing) : 4asn2ser4k7@stateemployeescredituniontrdkh.business Apple Support

ARNAQUE SUSPECTÉE !!!

Date15/09/2019
Email frauduleux4asn2ser4k7@stateemployeescredituniontrdkh.business
Pseudonyme utiliséApple Support
Contenu de l'arnaqueRe: Reminder : [ Statement Added ] - eStatement Receipt : Report Results: We are reviewing your account in dangerous times, please verify on Saturday, September 14, 2019

Apple‎ lD 4asn2ser4k7@stateemployeescredituniontrdkh.business
Dim 15/09/2019 05:31

Dear Customer,

Your Apple ID has been locked for security reason.

It looks like your account is outdated and requires to updated account ownership information, so we can protect your account and improve our service to maintenance privacy.

To continue using your account again, we advise you to updates the information before 24 hours or your account will be permanently locked.

Verify Now.

Sincerely,

Apple Support

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Commentaire / ExplicationsTentative de phishing qui se fait passer pour la société APPLE et qui cherche à récupérer des informations personnelles.

Je n'ai pas de compte APPLE.

Le lien Verify Now. dissimule le site web https://t.umblr.com/redirect?z=https://lnkd.in

J'ai contacté la société APPLE à reportphishing@apple.com au sujet de ce pourriel et leur en ai transmis une copie.

john141880
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  • john141880 le 15/09/2019 à 19:02

    Voici la réponse de la société APPLE:

    Thanks for your report.
    reportphishing@apple.com
    Dim 15/09/2019 18:41
    Vous
    Thank you for reporting a suspected phishing email to Apple. This message was automatically generated in response to your report to let you know that we received it. Please don’t reply to this message.

    If you think you might have entered personal information like a password or credit card info on a scam website, immediately change your Apple ID password.

    Scammers use any means they can—fake emails, pop-up ads, text messages, even phone calls—to try to trick you into sharing your information, like your Apple ID password or credit card number.

    To help protect your personal information, use two-factor authentication for your Apple ID, and never share your Apple ID password or temporary verification codes with anyone.... Lire la suite

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