Therefore, Apple customers who have received email invoices appearing as if they were sent from Apple, should avoid clicking on the links in them. They should instead, sign directly into the iTunes Store on their iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, PC, or Apple TV and check their accounts.
Sample of a Fake Apple Invoice Email Invoice
From: Apple firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: 17 August 2016 at 16:20:19 BST
Subject: Your Invoice No.18479101
Thank you for buying the following product on 17/08/2016 13:30:23 PM.
Product Name : Minecraft Pocket Edition
Order Number: 18479101
Receipt Date: 17/08/2016 13:30:23 PM
Order Total: 1.17 GBP
If you did not authorize this purchase, please click here for refund.
Recipients of the email voices claiming that they have ordered a product they did not, and who have clicked on the link in them, should change their Apple password and contact Apple Support for help.
Apple users, the best protection against phishing scams is to avoid clicking on links in email messages, social media messages, and text messages to sign into their online accounts.
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