ID Apple

Received an email today supposedly from Apple. Email was a cut and paste job with about 4 different font sizes and I was addressed by my email address, as if that’s my name. The email also contained a link that I did not click as it might lead to a fake Apple login page, install malicious malware onto my device or both! The email addressed used was extremely long, not making any kind of sense. This email of course, was NOT from Apple. There were just too many grammatical errors! Lastly, I am an android customer, so I know Apple has NO business emailing me! If you receive an email with the subject line: RE: [ Sign-in Activity ] Your AppIe ID was to sign in to a Google Chrome 11/21/2019 3:56:44 PM, and threatening to cancel your account, please know that it’s a phishing SCAM!

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