The scammers have created fake websites that try to trick consumers into paying for an Apple product they don’t want, and they’re trying to get people to click on them to buy something they don’t want, according to a new report.
The company said on Tuesday that the scam website was created in response to a customer who purchased an iPhone X at a website called AppleScam.com.
The scammer claims the iPhone X is a device with a 3.5-inch OLED display, which it says is supposed to be used for video conferencing.
The fake website is meant to look like an Apple website, and it offers to sell the iPhone for $1,299, the company said.
Consumers who have visited the website can then click on the link and receive a confirmation email with instructions to pay.
The payment will be made using the credit card of the consumer who visited the Apple website.
The scammer has provided several screenshots showing a fake version of Apple’s iPhone X, and the website claims the device can be used to make calls and text messages.
Apple did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Apple’s website also offers other scam products.
The company said customers should not click on links that promise to sell iPhones, but rather use the company’s app, which allows consumers to control devices from their phone, computer or tablet.
Apple said on Wednesday that the AppleScamp.com website was hacked on Tuesday.
The website was not immediately available for comment on Wednesday.
The site has been used for fraudulent phone calls, emails and texts, and many of the websites that have been compromised appear to be similar to AppleScams.com, according a post on the company’s blog.
The blog post included screenshots of a new version of the Apple Scamp.
“Scamp is the name given to a particular type of scam that involves phishing emails and other fraudulent email traffic that try and trick consumers by offering them fraudulent products and services.
It is similar to the scam that has been plaguing Apple for a long time.
Scamp uses the same tactics and techniques to trick users into clicking on fraudulent links and fake Apple website,” the blog post said.
The AppleScamps website is the latest example of phishing websites being used by criminals to scam people out of money.
The latest malware to infect the web was found on the internet in July.
In a separate report, a group of security researchers identified another new strain of malware, called Petya, that targets users on the Tor network, which has the ability to bypass Tor’s protections and reveal sensitive information.
The researchers called Pysa ”a new, highly dangerous and destructive threat to society,” and said it can be distributed through email and other web forms.