ApplePay Scam Text Message - Suspended On Your Device

ApplePay Scam Text Message - Suspended On Your Device

The Apple Pay scam text messages below, which claim the recipients' Apple Pay has been suspended on their devices, are being sent by online scammers attempting to trick recipients into clicking the link phishing link in them. 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 ApplePay Scam Text Messages

ApplePay Scam Text - Suspended On Your Device

Apple Pay was suspended on your device.

Apple Pay was suspended on your device on Friday 10th of February.

You can continue to make secure contactless purchases once you have re-activated your wallet.

Re-activate your Apple Pay now >

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