iTunes users are being targeted by Fake iTunes emails disguised as invoices. Savvy scammers have spoofed the look and feel of iTunes communications, to make it look like they are receiving an official statement. According to George Cox, contributor to The Spectrum, the email “claims that you have been overcharged for a download purchase — $25 for one song, which is usually $1.99 or less, or $45 for the Netflix app.” What scammers want is for you to click on the link to manage your account and receive your refund.
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ORIGINAL SOURCE: WHNT