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PSA: Asking for your Apple ID for Apple Card invite is a glitch, not phishing

[2019-08-14 13:20:48]

If you’ve received an email from Apple asking for your Apple ID in order to send you an invitation for the Apple Card, it’s not a phishing fraud… The post PSA: Asking for your Apple ID for Apple Card invite is a glitch, not phishing appeared first on 9to5Mac.

PSA: Asking for your Apple ID for Apple Card invite is a glitch, not phishing


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