Apple Wallet Scam Text Message and Re-activation

Apple Wallet Scam Text Message and Re-activation

The "Apple Wallet" scam text below, which claims the recipients' wallets have been suspended, is being sent by online scammers attempting to trick recipients into clicking the link phishing link in it. The link goes to a fake Apple Pay website asking visitors to submit their account credentials, personal and financial information. If the requested information is submitted, it will be used fraudulently by scammers.

The Apple Wallet Scam Text

Apple Wallet Scam Text

We have suspended your Apple Wallet. Please confirm your billing details to re-activate your wallet and continue using Apple Pay services: https://applepay365.ddns .net

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Apple Wallet Scam Text Message and Re-activation