Don’t be scammed: New sound phishing call targeting Apple iPhone users

CALIFORNIA: If email phishing scams were not enough, a new voice phishing scam has been discovered. The scam is particularly targeting iPhone users by making calls that seem like they are coming from Apple Support.

According to TechCrunch, a user, Jody Westby, reported about a call from Apple Support asking for a call back from her. The contact information that came with the number appeared to be from Apple Inc




 

However, when the user called back, the automated system answered followed by a man with an Indian accent inquiring the reason for the call.

When she informed that she was alerted about a breach at Apple and was asked to call on the support number, the call was disconnected after a brief moment. Undoubtedly, it was another case of a phishing scam to extract personal or financial information from users.

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It is advisable to never answer to such phishing calls as support teams neve ..

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