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As ever, if you receive an email or text telling you that there is some sort of problem with your account, close it, and, if you actually do have an account with that company, go there via your own means, not via any link provided. In this case, apparently, your Apple account has been disabled. Open up a browser and go to or and log in with your Apple ID and password. You will soon know if there is a problem. But there very probably isn't.

This is a typical phishing scam, telling you that there is a problem with your Apple account, coming from a non-genuine email address, wanting to take you to a web page where you will be asked to fill in your financial details. There is a spelling mistake in this email (a typical error in such things) and also 'iTunes Inc' should really read 'Apple Inc'. Another typical feature is the sense of urgency it is trying to inject in order to make you panic - in this case, the link apparently 'expires' in 48 hours. If you get such an email, or anything similar claiming to be from Apple, please do forward it to them using

Apple have also provided a page that gives you information on what you would and would not expect from a genuine email from them.
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If researching your family tree is something that you have been meaning to do for ages, then I can certainly help with that! I can set you up and get you pointed in the right direction with all the fantastic online help there is these days, or we can build your tree together. It is one of the more fun and amazing things that you can do online that brings a great deal of satisfaction! ... See MoreSee Less

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Gmail users - be aware of scoundrels pretending to be someone they are not. But everyone needs to be careful about similar 'phishing' scams. As ever, it is best not to click on links in emails. If you really do have an account with a certain company, leave the email aside and go to their website by your normal method or by searching for their genuine web site address. Or, just give them a call if you are concerned, especially in the case of utility companies.

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