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How to protect your Apple account and devices
Here are some things you can do to avoid scams that target your Apple account and devices.

Never share personal information like credit card numbers, unless you can verify the recipient is who they claim to be.
Protect your Apple ID. Use two-factor authentication, always keep your contact information secure and up to date, and never share your Apple ID password or verification codes with anyone. Apple never asks for this information to provide support.
Never use Apple Gift Cards to make other kinds of payments.
Learn how to identify legitimate Apple emails about your App Store or iTunes Store purchases. If you send or receive money with Apple Pay (U.S. only), treat it like any other private transaction.
Learn how to keep your Apple devices and data secure.
Download software only from sources you can trust.
Don’t follow links or open or save attachments in suspicious or unsolicited messages.
How to report suspicious emails, messages, and calls
If you receive a suspicious email that looks like it’s supposed to be from Apple, please forward it to
To report a suspicious SMS text message that looks like it’s supposed to be from Apple, take a screenshot of the message and email the screenshot to
To report spam or other suspicious emails that you receive in your,, or Inbox, send them to
To report spam or other suspicious messages that you receive through Messages, tap Report Junk under the message. You can also block unwanted messages and calls.
Report scam phone calls to the Federal Trade Commission (U.S. only) at or to your local law enforcement agency.