Many people encounter a brush scam alarm to Apple: not in line with emergency standards


Many people encounter a brush scam alarm to Apple: not in line with emergency standards

Original Title: Many people encounter a "swipe" fraud alarm to help Apple reply: does not meet the "emergency" standard

On October 14, Xiao Zhang, a girl in Qingyang, Gansu Province, was swindled out of more than 10,000 yuan by an online fraud called "paying a commission for a bill" and the order for the fraud came from Apple. This means that she spent money to buy Apple Corp products for liars. After Xiaozhang contacted Apple, the customer service confirmed the order and asked her to contact the police to send an email to the designated mailbox. As of Oct. 24, Apple had not offered a solution and had emailed back saying it was not an "emergency" but was dealing with it. Reporters found that more than a number of friends broke the news that similar fraud. In the right group, hundreds of people face similar deception, and the total amount of fraud is over one million.


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