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Warning: Scammers trying to steal Apple Developer Logins

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In the last 24 hours, I’ve just received 5 similar emails, claiming to be from Apple. I’m pretty sure they are not:


The giveaways:

1) My name is not on the email itself
2) It’s coming from odd email addresses
3) The email has a few odd grammar issues.


I guess they are harvesting our emails, from the developer contact info for each app in the iTunes App Store.

Has anyone else seen this? Let me know.

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Elaine Heney is an online entrepreneur, triple #1 best selling author and international keynote speaker. Elaine is an Amazon FBA ecommerce advisor, investor, Hollywood movie producer, online business consultant and CEO of Chocolate Lab Cashflow. Elaine has also published over 300 mobile apps across Amazon, Apple & Google, and enjoyed over 20 million app downloads and over 50 #1 apps worldwide.

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  • Tina Pruitt February 28, 2014, 7:09 pm

    I haven’t seen it, but good to know! Thanks for the heads-up.

  • Elaine Heney February 28, 2014, 8:46 pm

    No worries. I’ll guess they’ll try everything to scam people.

  • Samuel March 1, 2014, 5:42 pm

    I haven’t seen this either but anytime I get an email from sites that have my sensitive information like banking, paypal, etc I always login into the site directly. Never from an email.

  • Claude March 3, 2014, 10:42 pm

    Thank you for the warning; It ‘s cool.

  • terry March 5, 2014, 7:07 pm

    There are also similar emails saying that your itunes connect account has been disabled – and ask you to login to correct the problem.

    Best advice is NEVER respond to a request to login to any of your accounts via email. If you want to check. Close the email and login the normal way for the specific account .

    Second look at any suspicious message header if you are not sure – you can usually see that the email addresses are not legit or the server addresses are not valid.

    Simple check is to take the from server address in the message header and just google it. If it is spam or worse the location of the server will be somewhere outside north america. I have seen: Russian, South America, eastern europe africa and China in many cases.

  • Rod Marshall March 26, 2014, 5:36 am

    Yes. I have seen similar emails purporting to be from Google. Just deleted them.

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