Apple Pay Deactivated Scam and Fraudulent Text Message

Apple Pay Deactivated Scam and Fraudulent Text Message

Recipients of the "Apple Pay Deactivated" scam text below are asked not to click the link in it. The fake and phishing Apple Pay text message is being sent by cybercriminals who are attempting to trick their potential victims into clicking the link. The link goes to a phishing website looking similar to Apple Pay's website. On the fake website, visitors will be asked to enter their account credentials, personal, or financial information, which will be used fraudulently.

The Apple Pay Deactivated Scam Text Message

From: +44 7529 673876

Apple : apple Pay was deactivated on your device. To reactivate, visit the link immediately : hxxps://

If you have been tricked by the Apple Pay Deactivated scam text, please contact Apple for help.

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Apple Pay Deactivated Scam and Fraudulent Text Message