Apple Wallet Recovery Scam Text Suspended Due to Suspicious Activity

Apple Wallet Recovery Scam Text Suspended Due to Suspicious Activity

The Apple Wallet Recovery scam text below with a link to the fake and phishing website "applewallet-recovery .com" is being sent by scammers. The fake text claims the recipients' Apple Pay has been suspended due to suspicious activity and asks them to visit the fake and phishing Apple website in order to recover their accounts. But, the phishing website steals personal and financial information, which will be sent to the scammers operating it and used fraudulently.

Therefore, recipients of a text message with a link to "applewallet-recovery .com" are asked to follow the instructions in it. They may post the text in a comment below to help inform others and then delete it.

The Apple Wallet Recovery Text

Apple Wallet Recovery

From: +447784748426

Apple: Your Apple Pay has been suspended due to suspicious activity, please visit: applewallet-recovery.com for more options.

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  • November 20, 2022 at 6:26 AM by an anonymous user from: City of London, London, England, United Kingdom

    Got that one. Looked suspicious itself so blocked the caller and reported the phone number as spam/scam.

  • November 20, 2022 at 12:17 AM by an anonymous user from: SE1, London, England, United Kingdom

    Apple: Your Apple Pay has been suspended due to suspicious activity, please visit: applewallet-recovery.com for more options.

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Apple Wallet Recovery Scam Text Suspended Due to Suspicious Activity