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Fake Free and Paid iTunes Gift Cards and Code Generator Websites

2014-01-22T15:12:27  +
Fake Free and Paid iTunes Gift Cards and Code Generator Websites

Fake iTunes Gift Cards and Code Generators are now big business for cybercriminals. There are hundreds of fake iTunes Gift Cards and Code generating websites, which were created by cybercriminals to trick persons into completing surveys. Some of these websites might ask you to download malicious software and send your personal and financial information.

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Here are some fake iTunes Gift Cards and Code Generator websites

  • www.freeiTunesforever.com
    Site is blocked by Kerio Filter due to its contents
    Malware Distribution Point
  • www.freeiTunescodegenerator.com
    engaged in phishing and it is known as a Facebook gift card scam
  • www.itgiftcards.com
    this websites have faked content
  • www.iTunescodesncards.com
    this site is recognized as abusive by Spam404.com - Click here for details.
  • www.codesplace.com and www.iTunescardsfree.com
    these websites have fake content

Here are some other fake iTunes Gift Cards and Code Generator websites

  • www.freeiTunes .cc
  • www.iTunescodes.net
  • myfreeitunescodes.org

We will continue to add other fake websites to this list. If you know of any other fake websites, please submit in the comment box below.

If you are asked to complete surveys, offers, share / like a Facebook pages, or refer your friends on Facebook to websites in order to receive free iTunes Gift Cards or Codes, please do not. This is how these scammers lure their potential victims to their websites, spread your fraudulent websites to other potential victims and make money.

For information about sending an iTunes Gift, please click here.

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