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Phishing - Fake - Fraud - Scam

This Phishing email supposedly from Apple is typical of phishing emails. Not addressed to you directly, requesting you to login and update your personal information, Poor spelling and diction, Pressure to act urgently and a none Apple web site link

How to tell this email is a scam!!!

Dear Customer = Companies know you, they will address to you directly

Buttons and links for you to click that "do not" take you to an Apple website. In this case

Bad spelling and diction = "remember to update your informations"

Pressure and threats to act urgently = We will give you 24hours to update

When in doubt, throw it out: Links in emails, social media posts and online advertising are often how cyber criminals try to steal your personal information. Even if you know the source, if something looks suspicious, delete it

If you have concerns go to the companies web site. Do NOT use the links in the email.

Phone the company concerned. Do NOT use links or phone numbers in the email

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