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Beware of www.enibag.com or www.enibag.ru - A Fake Longchamp Handbag Selling Website

2016-07-12T19:18:29  +
Beware of www.enibag.com or www.enibag.ru - A Fake Longchamp Handbag Selling Website

The website: "www.enibag.com" or "www.enibag.ru" is a fake Longchamp handbag selling website, where potential victims run the risk of their credit card and personal information being stolen and used fraudulently, or receive knock-off or imitation bags. The fake email message below, which claims the recipients can save up to 70% off Longchamp handbags by subscribing to Apple Trusted’s Longchamp Discount Event, is just one of the methods used by scammers to trick potential victims into visiting the fraudulent website.

Please continue reading below.

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The Fake Longchamp Handbag Selling Website - www.enibag.com or www.enibag.ru

www.enibag.com or www.enibag.ru

The Fake Email Being Sent Out To Invite Potential Victims to the Website

From: iCloud (noreply@email.apple.com)

Subject: Subscribe to Apple Trusted’s “Longchamp Discount Event” , Find the latest styles and save up to 70% OFF. http://www.enibag.com/” calendar?

Apple Trusted invited you to subscribe to the calendar “Longchamp Discount Event” , Find the latest styles and save up to 70% OFF. http://www.enibag.com/” and sent this message with the invitation:

“Hot sale: Longchamp Le Pliage

Find the latest styles and save up to 70% OFF

your favorite designer brands.

Fast shipping and free returns.

http://www.enibag.com/”

Subscribe to this calendar to view its events.

Subscribe to Calendar

Note: If you’re having trouble using the button to subscribe, open this

email on your iOS device or in Mail.app on a Mac, and try again.

iCloud is a service provided by Apple. Apple ID | Support | Terms and Conditions | Privacy Policy

Copyright © 2016 Apple Inc. 1 Infinite Loop, Cupertino, CA 95014, United States. All rights reserved.

© 2016 Microsoft Terms Privacy & cookies Developers English (United States)From: iCloud (noreply@email.apple.com)

Subject: Subscribe to Apple Trusted’s “Longchamp Discount Event” , Find the latest styles and save up to 70% OFF. http://www.enibag.com/” calendar?

Apple Trusted invited you to subscribe to the calendar “Longchamp Discount Event” , Find the latest styles and save up to 70% OFF. http://www.enibag.com/” and sent this message with the invitation:

“Hot sale: Longchamp Le Pliage

Find the latest styles and save up to 70% OFF

your favorite designer brands.

Fast shipping and free returns.

http://www.enibag.com/”

Subscribe to this calendar to view its events.

Subscribe to Calendar

Note: If you’re having trouble using the button to subscribe, open this

email on your iOS device or in Mail.app on a Mac, and try again.

iCloud is a service provided by Apple. Apple ID | Support | Terms and Conditions | Privacy Policy

Copyright © 2016 Apple Inc. 1 Infinite Loop, Cupertino, CA 95014, United States. All rights reserved.

© 2016 Microsoft Terms Privacy & cookies Developers English (United States)

Online users are advised to stay away from the fraudulent Longchamp website. And, for online users who have already used their credit cards on the website, should contact their banks or credit card company, before their credit cards are used fraudulently by the scammers behind the fake Longchamp website.

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  • Posted: 2016-08-19T15:12:52 by info

    Received via email:

    "I have the enibags.ru message in my notifications all the time. It keeps popping up, so annoying."

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  • Posted: 2016-07-22T08:29:38 by an anonymous user from or near: Springvale, Victoria, Australia

    Temporary Solution:

    Not sure if this will remove the notification permanently from phone. But I have been receiving 'reminder' notifications from enibag on a daily basis and couldn't clear it from my feed page (after updating the iphone, I was able to clear it but it didn't stop the notifications).

    So I figured if I turn off notifications from 'reminders' it should stop. And it did! I haven't received anything since

    Instructions:
    Go to Settings > Notifications > Reminders > Turn off 'Allow Notifications'

    Hope this helps.

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  • Posted: 2016-07-20T18:24:18 by an anonymous user from or near: Auckland, New Zealand

    The website "enibag" is repeatedly showing up in my reminders and I can't get rid of it. Is there something I can do to block it from my iPad?

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  • Posted: 2016-07-20T09:32:14 by an anonymous user from or near: Madrid, Spain

    Hi! I'm from Spain and I had the same problem! Few days ago I recived an email apparently from iCloud saying all those things about a page on internet with discounts. I erased it, I didn't really care about what it said, but suddently a reminder appears on my phone! I erased it but I keep getting a notification on my phone saying its a reminder every 5 minutes! So annoying!! I decided to call to Apple support, because I tried everything to quit this reminder!! They told me to erase all the cookies and all website stuff going to settings/safarI and them click in clear history and webside data. Finally doing this the stupid reminder dissapears!! I hope this work for all of you!! (Sorry about my English I'm still learning!)

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  • Posted: 2016-07-20T07:40:57 by an anonymous user from or near: Beckenham, Western Australia, Australia

    My iPhone has a constant reminder about the Longchamp discount event that I can't delete!!

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    • Posted: 2016-07-20T09:34:22 by an anonymous user from or near: Madrid, Spain

      Erase the reminder and go to settings/safarI and click on clear history and website data!

      delete


  • Posted: 2016-07-19T06:45:33 by an anonymous user from or near: Paris, Île-de-France, France

    Hey ! I had this problem too. I saw that by disconnecting my Apple ID from my phone, the reminder disappeared. I created a new Apple ID and I have not this problem anymore.

    It is a solution which does not solve this issue...

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  • Posted: 2016-07-18T06:43:06 by an anonymous user from or near: El Cajon, California, United States

    Kept getting the notification in my reminders app. Found out it was from downloading the Burner Phone app. Deleted it and the notification and reminder went away!

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    • Posted: 2016-07-18T14:17:53 by an anonymous user from or near: Prešov, Presovsky kraj, Slovak Republic

      I don't have burner phone app. Still get invite to enibag.ru. Angry.

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  • Posted: 2016-07-16T07:49:52 by an anonymous user from or near: Ipswich, Queensland, Australia

    I thought it was safe because it's from ICloud apple so I ordered one but felt something fishy so I tried cancelling the order but to no avail. I rang up my bank and was told I need to wait for 30 days before the dispute can be accepted so I cancelled the old card and they will replace a new one. That's the only protection as to not let the scammers use my credit card.

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  • Posted: 2016-07-15T16:31:35 by an anonymous user from or near: Fresno, California, United States

    I keep getting a notification on my phone saying its a reminder what should I do?

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    • Posted: 2016-07-16T07:58:46 by an anonymous user from or near: Dubai, United Arab Emirates

      Click on the scheduled tab and you should be able to decline the invite. This removes the reminder.

      delete


    • Posted: 2016-07-15T16:34:32 by info

      Try removing unknown apps. A malicious or rogue app can be displaying the notifications.

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      • Posted: 2016-07-15T16:47:42 by an anonymous user from or near: Fresno, California, United States

        I can't delete the notification.

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      • Posted: 2016-07-15T16:40:25 by an anonymous user from or near: Fresno, California, United States

        I have deleted some apps what should I do? Now.

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        • Posted: 2016-07-15T18:28:35 by info

          Are still having the same problem?

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          • Posted: 2016-07-15T20:32:27 by an anonymous user from or near: Suttons Bay, Michigan, United States

            I'm having the same issue.

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            • Posted: 2016-07-16T00:35:49 by an anonymous user from or near: Plainfield, Illinois, United States

              Me too!! I never clicked on an email and it keeps popping up in my notifications. When I click on it, it's in my reminders app. Every time I decline the invite to access the site, it pops back up!! Wtf!!

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              • Posted: 2016-07-16T12:26:06 by an anonymous user from or near: Fresno, California, United States

                Yeah it comes up again? I already erased iPhone and I backup but the notification comes up again.

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  • Posted: 2016-07-15T08:48:03 by an anonymous user from or near: Nashville, Tennessee, United States

    I get a pop up in my notifications and in my "reminders" app. I never clicked on the email, I marked it as spam...but everyday it keeps popping up in these places. What does that mean? If I take it to an Apple store would they be able to fix it? Can they steal my information through this?

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    • Posted: 2016-07-15T09:06:12 by info

      It is seems as if there is a malicious or rogue app on your your mobile device. Try removing unknown apps and scan your mobile with your antivirus software. If that doesn't work, have someone tech savvy look at it for you, and if that also doesn't work, take it to the store for professional help.

      Malicious apps can steal the information on your mobile device, and that is why antivirus is recommended for not just your desktop computer, but for your mobile device as well.

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  • Posted: 2016-07-15T01:06:17 by an anonymous user from or near: Groningen, Groningen, Netherlands

    I've been receiving this too on my Iphone in the Memories app, but I keep receiving it and it's spamming my phone, how do I stop this?

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    • Posted: 2016-07-15T06:21:50 by info

      We are working to find the source to help shut them down. Until then, there is no stopping the emails. Try filtering them as spam or junk.

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  • Posted: 2016-07-15T00:34:41 by an anonymous user from or near: Richmond, British Columbia, Canada

    Received a notification on my iPhone saying : www.enibag.ru official invitation to share a reminder list. If I click on it, it directs me to my reminders app. I hope they cannot access my reminders in there (I have not shared any of them).

    Hoping I am not going to receive more of these notifications.

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    • Posted: 2016-07-17T00:04:27 by an anonymous user from or near: Brooklyn, New York, United States

      I've been having the same issue. Do you happen to have the Pokemon go app downloaded to your phone? That's the only app ig edownloaded recently so I'm trying to pinpoint the app that's giving the issue.

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      • Posted: 2016-07-18T12:35:31 by an anonymous user from or near: Toronto, Ontario, Canada

        No, I don't have that app installed. The only app I installed recently was Prisma. Right after I started receiving these notifications. I un installed that app but I am still getting the notifications. Tell rest of the apps on my phone are old ones (although I did update a couple). I start getting worried as to what info they can access on my phone!

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      • Posted: 2016-07-17T17:54:52 by an anonymous user from or near: Birmingham, England, United Kingdom

        I recently got the Pokemon Go app too. Dont recall it happening b4 this 😑

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    • Posted: 2016-07-15T06:19:30 by info

      No, they can access your phone unless you download and install an app. The purpose of the email is to get you to the fake website, so they can steal your credit card.

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  • Posted: 2016-07-13T18:22:12 by an anonymous user from or near: Central District, Hong Kong

    What if I have done the transaction? My bank said I have authorized the transaction, and the bank could not stop the transaction. What can I do?

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    • Posted: 2016-07-14T09:40:59 by info

      Let your bank know that you unknowingly entered your credit card information on the fraudulent website, or you were tricked by cybercriminals into doing so. If your bank won't help to protect you against cybercrimes, please report it to the police, and you may want to move to another bank that is more helpful when it comes to cybercrime.

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  • Posted: 2016-07-12T21:05:46 by an anonymous user from or near: Brooklyn, New York, United States

    How do I stop receiving the emails.

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    • Posted: 2016-07-12T23:24:01 by info

      You can't. But, you can flag or filter them as spam or junk.

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  • Posted: 2016-07-12T15:21:38 by an anonymous user from or near: Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States

    Thanks! I was considering ordering Longchamp bags, but the discount sounded too good to be true.

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  • Posted: 2016-07-12T08:38:28 by an anonymous user from or near: Riyadh, Ar Riya?, Saudi Arabia

    I received this e-mail for Ralph Lauren, but thank god I searched about it and I found your post. Thanks man.

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  • Posted: 2016-07-11T06:08:58 by info

    Received via email:

    "HI Online Threat Team,

    I received the Enibag scam mail four times within the last 24 hours. It is the first time I got a scam mail that looked like it was sent by icloud.

    Best regards
    Noa."

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  • Posted: 2016-07-10T23:55:04 by info

    Received via email:

    "OMG! I'm so dumb. I should've looked up enibag.com before I did anything. It sounded too good to be true but I thought, "it's from Apple, why would they try to scam me?" Hook, line & sinker. I checked my bank account, merchant name sounded weird. I called my bank to freeze my account but I'm not sure if I'm too late. What do I do if the transaction actually went through? Would my bank refund me if I open a claim? Thanks!"

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    • Posted: 2016-07-11T00:05:09 by info

      You should contact your bank to cancel the transaction as soon as possible. Let them know you unknowingly used your credit card on a fraudulent website. And, only your bank can answer your question.

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  • Posted: 2016-07-10T22:08:51 by an anonymous user from or near: Seoul, Seoul, Republic of Korea

    Thanks for the warning.

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