Weird dating mail
(1/2) pic.twitter.com/UQhzwd0m Oq— Jazzmynne Dixon (@jazzmynnedixon) April 23, 2017Unauthorized Access to Your i Cloud Account - Hover over links, don't click: https://t.co/V6BRw RJTZg #alert #icloud #email #scam #Apple ID pic.twitter.com/SVj Oiblh IJ— Vintuitive⚡️🌐 (@Vintuitive) October 15, 2016Apple Email Scam: Date of Birth.Always hover over links in emails to reveal the true destination. Use basic reasoning and if you are ever questioning it, contact the site if you are suspicious of why they need information like your social security number.Flirting or hooking up with someone, usually who you already know, over the summer months then vanishing once it’s over.Thus, appearing prominently in the sunshine and fading away in winter, just like freckles." I wouldn't have emailed you privately if I was looking to stir up a wider controversy and become an internet lightening rod.
Couple questions:1) Why do you always seem so impressed with yourself?
Other Apple users have taken to Twitter to warn others of similar email scams.
Received #scam email from non-#Apple email address saying I'll be charged for an i Cloud storage plan that I haven't signed up to.
Appearing more attractive in pictures than in real life, usually through the use of angles, filters and editing apps, thus deceiving potential matches on dating apps.
Essentially a light version of catfishing, which sees people pretend to be someone else altogether.
Thanks If your publicist(s) knew that I was depraved and misspent my holidays, do you think they would stop requesting Kitty Pryde coverage from me?