Email Invoice Seemingly from Apple is Scam

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The Internet Patrol has been alerted to a new email scam which appears to be an invoice from Apple. Of course, they don’t expect you to pay it, they expect you to be alarmed at the supposed charge, so that you log in to your Apple account, and they can steal your credentials. Don’t fall for it.

The email appears to come from “appleld.com” or “appleid.com”, and has a link for you to “cancel your order”. Of course the link goes to the page where they will steal your Apple username and password.

While many people will realize that this is a scam, the bad guys are counting on at least a few people falling for it. And all it takes is a few.


 

So, if you get the below email, delete it – do not follow the link, which actually goes to , not Apple.

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Email Invoice Seemingly from Apple is Scam

Subject: Here is your invoice, thank you for chosing our services
Dear Customer,

Thank you for your order.Is now processed by our team and we will send you an e-mail once is validated.

Order ID: UKDH2NVGG9
Receipt Date: 06/09/2016
Order Total: _48,55 GBP

Is this not your order?

If you have not recently placed this order using your Apple ID and if you think this is an error plase just cancel your order
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To cancel your order now , go to the Apple Order cancellation Website confirm your identity and cancel this order.

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Email Invoice Seemingly from Apple is Scam

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2 Replies to “Email Invoice Seemingly from Apple is Scam”

  1. Yup – Just got this email today and it does look very real with two exceptions:
    1/ spelling mistake in the title (chosing)
    2/ The link takes you to

    I suspect some people will fall for it :-(

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