iPhone WARNING: Do NOT Open THIS Text Message About Your Apple iCloud Account

Apple iPhone owners are receiving text messages about their iCloud Account EXPIRING - Credit/ Getty - Apple

APPLE iPhone owners are being targeted in a new iCloud account scam. If you have received this text message about your Apple ID expiration – do NOT open it.

By Nerti U. Qatja@VOP_Today – Source: Scoopnest.com– Express.co.uk


If you have received a personalised text message from Apple warning you that your iCloud Account is set to expire – delete it immediately.

Concerned iPhone owners have warned Express.co.uk about a slew of new scam messages sent from cybercriminals desperate to get their hands on users’ Apple account ID and passwords.

The latest text message, sent earlier this week, claims to be from Apple iSupport.

iPhone owners’ real names are used in the messages, which says “Your iCloud ID is due to expire today.”

The text claims to be from Apple – and tells iPhone owners to follow a URL to save their account
The text claims to be from Apple – and tells iPhone owners to follow a URL to save their account
The text message asks users to follow a link to stop their iCloud account being deleted.

We’ve clicked on the URL and discovered that it takes you to a website that resemblers the official Apple login portal.

This fake iCloud login page is not currently blocked on iPhones, so DO NOT click on the link

Apple has warned users about fake emails and texts which often appear legitimate.

The URL in the text message takes users to a terrifyingly convincing Apple iCloud login portal
The URL in the text message takes users to a terrifyingly convincing Apple iCloud login portal

A message on the US technology firm’s website explains the dangers of these malicious emails, stating: “The iTunes Store will never ask you to provide personal information or sensitive account information (such as passwords or credit card numbers) via email.

“Email messages that contain attachments or links to non-Apple websites are from sources other than Apple, although they may appear to be from the iTunes Store.

“Most often, these attachments are malicious and should not be opened.

“You should never enter your Apple account information on any non-Apple website.”

These scams appear to becoming more common with more people than ever becoming targets for cyber thieves.

The text warns users that their iTunes account has been frozen
The text warns users that their iTunes account has been frozen

Last November Apple users were hit by a similar scam .

The f form at the bottom of the email.

Although the email said it was sent from the iTunes Store, the message actually originated from a fake email address.

Meanwhile, scams that attempt to trick users with the same .

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