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    If you use an iPhone, WATCH OUT for these dangerous fake emails

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    The US technology company now warns, "If you receive an email about an App Store or iTunes Store purchase, and you’re not sure whether it is real, you can look for a

    couple of things that can help confirm that the message is from Apple.

    "Genuine purchase receipts – from purchases in the App Store, iTunes Store, iBooks Store, or Apple Music – include your current billing address, which scammers are unlikely to have.

    "You can also review your App Store, iTunes Store, iBooks Store, or Apple Music purchase history.

    "Emails about your App Store, iTunes Store, iBooks Store, or Apple Music purchases will never ask you to provide this information over email: Social Security Number, Mother’s maiden name, Full credit card number, or Credit card CCV code"

    Apple also requests users to forward any scam correspondence to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

    If you have already entered your details into a webpage you believe to be fraudulent, it's worth changing the password associated with your account.

    Change the password for any other online accounts that use the same email address and password combination, too.

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