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Stolen Apple IDs lead to money thefts from linked Alipay & WeChat accounts in China

[2018-10-11 13:32:16]

Stolen Apple IDs have led to money being stolen from Alipay and WeChat Pay, China’s top mobile payment apps. The thefts took place from people who had their AliPay accounts linked to their Apple ID as a payment method … The post Stolen Apple IDs lead to money thefts from linked Alipay & WeChat accounts in China appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Stolen Apple IDs lead to money thefts from linked Alipay & WeChat accounts in China


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