Beware of "Your iPhone will Arrive Tomorrow at Noon" Phishing Email Messages
Nov 15, 2016
Scammers are randomly sending out fake email messages like the one below, which claim the recipients’ iPhone will arrive tomorrow at noon, to potential victims in order to trick them into clicking on the links within them. The links in the fake email messages go to spam websites that will attempt to trick visitors into purchasing unnecessary things with the promise of receiving free stuffs. The links also go to malicious websites that ask visitors to download some malicious app or software, and may also go to phishing websites that steal online accounts credentials, personal and financial information. Therefore, recipients of such fake email messages should delete them and not the follow the instructions in them.
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