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iTunes Phishing Scam

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As an avid Komando.com reader, you know that phishing scams are nothing new. However, there is a relatively new trend with phishing emails that you really need to watch for.

And that is the level of sophistication some of these emails are being constructed with. The days of horrible grammar and spelling seem to be long gone.

Now, crooks are crafting emails that look so real it's difficult for even the experts to tell them apart. There's one making the rounds right now that looks like it's an official notification from Apple. But don't fall for it or your account could be drained.

Be careful, this phishing email could be in your inbox right now!

If you've ever made a purchase through iTunes, you know that Apple emails you a receipt following the purchase. It's a way to keep an eye on your account and make sure there's no funny business going on.

What's happening now is, scammers are creating spoofed emails pretending to be from Apple. You don't even have to be an Apple user...(continued)

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