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Jan312011

Bogus Apple E-mail

 

Here is another example of a bogus email which purportedly comes from Apple  

Pricing looks great and that should be the first warning


Look at the address , that is not Apple's address , that is also not my email address or even your's , that should be your next warning.


This is a great example of fake emails , look at the links and the bottom of the email , it looks just like a genuine Apple email.

Where do you go if you click on the link.

Look at the address on the link

This link is not where you would buy Apple products or software from Apple.

You should never click links in emails , copy and paste the address into your browser if you must .

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