iPhone users report receiving scam texts claiming that their Apple Pay account has been suspended. Beware! It’s a scam. It contains a malicious link to steal your financial and personal information.

More than 100 people are currently complaining about receiving Apple Suspended Scam Text in July 2022.

Apple Pay Suspended Scam SMS – What is it?

Scammers will send you the text to steal your personal information. The text states that Apple Pay has been suspended because of suspicious activity and invites users to click on the link to reactivate it.

Do not click the link. It’s a scam! It’s all a scam!

You will be redirected to other phishing sites that can trick victims and hack their personal data by clicking on the link in the text message. Click on the link to get this message.

How to Identify Apple Scams:

  • The phone number does not say it is from Apple
  • The link does not take you to the Apple website
  • This text sounds very different to other messages that you have received from Apple
  • The text asks for banking information or personal information.
  • Unsolicited message with an attachment

Have you received a scam text about Apple Pay Suspended? Do the Following!

It is a scam and you should immediately delete the message. Do not forget to notify your loved ones. If they get such a message, they are asked not to click the link.

You can also report unscrupulous websites or scams and tell us why the websites are fraudulent.