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A Crew of Scammers Allegedly Made $19 Million With Elaborate iPhone Grift Over Seven Years

[2019-06-04 21:58:00]

iPhones are expensive, so it makes sense that they’d be easy targets for scammers. Just a few months ago, two engineering students in Oregon were charged after trying to swap counterfeit iPhones with real ones in a grift that cost Apple about $900,000. New details from a Quartz report, however, has unearthed a scam to…...

A Crew of Scammers Allegedly Made $19 Million With Elaborate iPhone Grift Over Seven Years


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