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Sunday, 15 April 2018

How to report scam emails to Apple

The global society in which we live allows us to be in continuous communication with people from all walks of life and from any part of the world, what we know as globalization. And since the world has become smaller thanks to the Internet , both positive and negative actions have an immediate impact.

I remember when I started using the Internet on a regular basis in 1998, as any information was just a click away and it seemed to me and still seems incredible. And I also remember when I received my first email from what we could today call a hoax .

However, now the techniques are quite sophisticated, in such a way that you just have to take a look at our spam tray to see the number of cheating attempts or directly from scam we receive throughout the day. Many of these scammers hide under the mask of Apple , and data of all kinds are requested. The excuse is always the same: our security.

The goal is simple, or get your personal data to traffic with them or directly want your credit card number, of course, with any excuse, to leave you without a penny in it. One of the best ways to avoid receiving these emails is to report them directly to Apple . If you want to know how it is done, read carefully.

How to report scam emails to Apple

  •     If you receive an email that seems to be from Apple but you do not finish seeing it clearly, it is best that you forward it to .
  •     You can report an unwanted email or any suspicious email you receive in the inbox of your, or For this, send it to the address .
  •     If the suspicious email has arrived through the iMessage messaging app, press the unwanted message below it . 

Remember that Apple never asked you for anything and your passwords or your credit card number by email, so ignore any request of this type and report it immediately, it is for your own and that of others.

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