Once on the fake Apple website, visitors will be asked to sign-in. But, if they attempt to do so, their Apple account credentials will be sent to the cybercriminals behind the scam, who will use the stolen credentials to gain unauthorized access to their potential victims' accounts, hijack the accounts and used them fraudulently. Therefore, online users who have already been tricked are asked to change their account password, check their App Store purchase history and report any discrepancies to Apple.
Online users who have received the YNAB fake and phishing emails are asked to send them to Apple at firstname.lastname@example.org so they can take action.
Online users who have any YNAB related questions can contact them at email@example.com.
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