Fake Apple Emails/04/05/19/

Fake Apple emails have been circulating for a while now convincing users that their account may be at risk. While some of these can contain “receipts” to show proof of purchase of an item used with your account and credit card, the transaction never actually took place and will rely on you using the link provided to log in to try and find out what’s going on. Be aware though as these links contain fake Apple/Itunes login websites to trick users into thinking that you are signing into your Itunes account, with little idea that your legitimate log in details will actually be stolen. Clone websites like these can easily be mistaken for the real deal as they can look near exact to the original page used by real customers. MyGov for Australia recently had a similar issue as thousands of login details were phished using a clone login identical to the real site. Below is a collection of emails linked to the fake apple logins. If you have received any of these, do not log in using any links given, use your Apple device to check your account details and contact Apple/Itunes of any issues (with screenshots).

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