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I received an email today about my Apple ID. Apple support claimed its suspended due to missing information and I must click to verify my account.
They reminded me to click the Not Spam button if I get this message in my spam folder. Impeccable spelling in the note lends authority to the message.
They spent time perfecting everything except the salutation, Dear costumer. It's a pimple on a brilliant piece of scam. It fingered the missive as spam right away, well, along with the fact the email address indicated is not my Apple ID email.
Scammers are upping their game and craft. For every nine emails I receive which scream scam, the 10th is a toss up.
Assuming the first nine never bother to improve their message, their marks must be easy to fool. Do peo...
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