AppleCare Scam Calls Made from Cybercriminals

AppleCare Scam Calls Made from Cybercriminals

The telephone number 1-909-316-0244 is one of the many fake telephone numbers being used by cybercriminals to trick Apple customers. The scammers ask their potential victims to call them by sending out fake emails like the one below to them. The scammers may also call their potential victims from the same number and instruct them to send money in order to receive some fake lottery prize. But, if the money is sent, the thieves will take it and disappear, and the victims will not get the prize they were promised.

A Fake AppleCare Email Sent by Scammers

Date: Wed 1 May, 2019, 11:55 AM


My name is Agent Andrea Mario, delivery agent from Apple USA to remit your won prize/amount to you. This message is to inform you that I am now in India New Delhi and I have been given a direct instruction by the India Authority to go straight to the Reserve Bank of India (New Delhi) to process the transfer of your won prize amount to your bank account.

This is because your won prize amount is a Foreign Bank Draft, only the RBI Bank (New Delhi) have to Authority to process your transfer, and after your money is transferred into your provided bank account, I will be coming to your home to deliver your iPhone X and your won prize documents to you.

Now I am at the RBI Bank processing the transfer of your 5 Crores Rupees. Kindly provide the below information needed by the Reserve Bank of India to enable them to transfer your won amount 5 Crores Rupees into your provided bank account.

(1) Send Scan copy or Xerox copy of your ID Proof:...

(2) Name of Your Bank:.

(3) Your Bank Account No:..

(4) Your Bank Branch / Address:.

(5) Your Bank IFSC Code:.

(6) Your Account Type, Current or Savings:.

(7) Your Full Names:..

(8) Your Phone number:..

(9) Your Home Address:..


Agent Andrea Mario

For Inquiries and Information;

Kindly Contact AppleCare 24 hours WhatsApp Chat Service for Support.

WhatsApp Chat Only:

Number: +1-909-316-0244

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  • September 18, 2019 at 1:20 AM by an anonymous user from: Bandung, West Java, Indonesia

    This is another trick of those infamous tech support scams, right? I just read some recent reports filed at People should be aware of these scams by now, since they have been around trying to steal our money for years.

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