SUSPICIOUS APPLE EMAILS A PART OF PHISHING SCAMS TO HIT SINGAPORE

A netizen shared these screenshots to warn netizens of a possible Apple email phishing scam.

According to the netizen, he received an email requesting for his personal information from an email marked @AppleID.com.

He immediately realized that something was wrong with the email address and alerted the authorities. He also warned his friends and other netizens to beware of such scams.

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