Email purporting to be from Apple Support claims that your iTunes ID has been blocked due to “unusual activity” and you must click a link to verify the ID before you can use it again.
“Important message” purporting to be from Apple claims that the company has added security to your Apple ID and you must click a link to fill out a short questionnaire.
Email purporting to be from Apple claims that your subscription with iTunes has expired and your account has therefore been put on hold until you click a link to renew.
Email purporting to be from Apple claims to be an invoice for a monthly Apple Music Membership subscription. It includes a link that you can supposedly click to cancel the subscription.
Email purporting to be from Apple Management claims that some of your information needs to be re-entered so that it can pass Apple’s ‘enhanced security policies’.
According to this email, which purports to be from Apple Support, your Apple ID and iCloud are set to be suspended because you did not complete a verification on time. Supposedly, the company sent a ...