Apple Alert About Your Recent Order - Spam Warning!

Apple Alert About Your Recent Order  - Spam Warning!   Watch out for this email impersonat

Apple Alert About Your Recent Order  - Spam Warning!


Watch out for this email impersonating Apple Inc.




From:                                                       Apple Inc <[email protected]>

Sent:                                                         24 October 2018 19:32

To:                                                            Recipient

Subject:                                                   Apple Alert About Your Recent Order









Recent Purchase





Your Apple ID was used to purchase from Apple Online store on a laptop or computer that had not previously been associated with that Apple ID. You may also be receiving this message if you reset your security password since your last order.
If you made this purchase, you can ignore this e-mail. It was only sent alert to you in case you didn't make the purchase yourself.

View Receipt Here

If you did not make this purchase, we suggest that you go to  to modify your password, then see Apple ID: Security and your Apple ID for additional guidance

Best regards,








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The actual link 'View receipt here' points to: which already appears to have been taken down by the owner or the server hosts.

No danger remaining here then but do be aware:

  • Always check the from address to be sure that the originating email domain matches the claimed email identity - Apple emails must be from etc.
  • You will never be asked to download a Microsoft Word Doc or HTML attachment as a receipt - if a receipt is not simply an online page it will be a PDF without a link in it! so watch out for any attachments in emails unless they are from colleagues or friends and even then check the address
  • Links on pages will show you where they go before you click - just hover the mouse arrow over them before you click and verify the path in advance of following anything you are not 100% sure about.

We have seen this same email with: as the link although this ia also deactivated.


Comments (1) -

  • As I noted on one of your other posts, I think these are email verification scams.  You click the link and think the site is down because you get (what appears to be) a 404 error, but really you've just verified your email address (encoded in the URL) to them.

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