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"apple.com-mobilesurvey.com" - A Malicious and Fake Survey Website

2015-11-28T17:36:07 -  +
"apple.com-mobilesurvey.com" - A Malicious and Fake Survey Website

"apple.com-mobilesurvey.com" is a fake survey website created by cyber-criminals/scammers, to trick their victims into completing surveys by promising them free stuff. The cyber-criminals/scammers will earn money from the surveys completed by their victims, which is the reason why they have created the fake website and lure their victims to it, with the promise of receiving free stuff. Also, the scammers may steal their potential victims' username and password, by asking them to enter them on the same fake website.

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Remember, it doesn’t matter how many surveys the victims complete on the website: "apple.com-mobilesurvey.com," they will never receive what they were promised. The cyber-criminals/scammers on the other hand, will earn money for the surveys completed by their victims. So, please do not visit the fake survey website and do not follow the instructions or complete the surveys on it.

Also, the fake website will ask some of their victims to download and install malicious software, which will infect their computers with viruses, Trojan horse or other malware. Once their victims' computers are infected, cyber-criminals can spy on them, steal their personal and financial information, or use their computers to commit other cyber-crimes, which will be traced back to the victims.

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  • Posted: 2016-02-13T17:08:19 by an anonymous user from or near: Leichhardt, New South Wales, Australia

    How can I get rid of "apple.com-mobilesurvey.com," from my Samsung mobile phone?


    • Posted: 2016-02-13T18:47:57 by info

      The surveys are distributed by rogue advertisements via certain websites and apps. So, in order to stop the surveys, you need to stop visiting the websites and remove the apps, which are showing the rogue advertisements.

      If you are using an Apple device, please see the suggestions below made by other users.


  • Posted: 2015-12-05T05:08:38 by an anonymous user from or near: San Francisco, California, United States

    I received a kind of pop-up saying that I was selected as a todays lucky mobile device. I don't want to click OK,, but the pop-up cannot be removed and so it blocks my internet. What can I do?


    • Posted: 2015-12-05T05:12:29 by info

      Close all the browser windows or tabs.


      • Posted: 2015-12-05T05:16:54 by an anonymous user from or near: San Francisco, California, United States

        This is exactly the problem: this is impossible.


        • Posted: 2015-12-05T05:23:48 by info

          Try force restarting the device.


          • Posted: 2015-12-05T05:30:55 by an anonymous user from or near: San Francisco, California, United States

            I did, several times.


            • Posted: 2015-12-05T05:35:41 by info

              You may have a malicious or spam app/application on your device that is generating the pop-ups. Try removing recently installed apps.


              • Posted: 2015-12-06T02:00:30 by an anonymous user from or near: Caulfield South, Victoria, Australia

                I have the same problem. I have no recently installed apps. The difficulty is that the window cannot be closed, the download arrow revolves continously. The previous window which I opened is in the background but cannot be brought to the foreground. Except for force closing the device (which didn't work anyway) the device is effectively frozen presumably except for the OK key which I will not press. Help to get rid of it will appreciated.From a tech challenged senior in Victoria Australia.


                • Posted: 2015-12-06T21:42:36 by info

                  If you have tried all the suggestions above, you may need to take the phone to a phone technician.


                  • Posted: 2015-12-07T00:33:03 by an anonymous user from or near: Caulfield South, Victoria, Australia

                    Thank you. It's a tablet but I will take it to the local computer shop from which it was purchased. It's a most inconvenient piece of malware which I hope gets publicity!


                    • Posted: 2015-12-19T14:16:16 by an anonymous user from or near: Dodewaard, Provincie Gelderland, Netherlands

                      In IOS:
                      Close Safari, then go to settings, inside settings go to safari, then clear history and website data. That's all folks!


                      • Posted: 2015-12-28T06:09:44 by an anonymous user from or near: Rotterdam, South Holland, Netherlands

                        Thank you! I had the same problem. This worked!


                        • Posted: 2016-01-31T21:34:25 by an anonymous user from or near: Tamworth, New South Wales, Australia

                          Thanks from me too, had same problem, your answer worked instantly.