Thursday, January 23, 2020
Apple iCloud Scam
Please be aware of a new scam that seems to be circulating our area. This latest scam involves multiple robo calls being made to individuals informing them that their Apple iCloud account has been breached. Many times, the phone number that the scammer calls are not even associated with the individuals Apple ID or iCloud account. Also, the phone number of the scammer either does not show up on caller ID or the phone number changes with each call. Per Apple's website, never provide your password, security questions, verification codes, recovery key, or any other account security details to anyone else. Apple will never ask you for this information. If Apple Support needs to verify your identity, they might ask you to generate a temporary Support Pin. Apple only ask for this information over the phone after you contact Apple Support for help.
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