Another week, another Apple-related scam. This currently-circulating message (with a faked DealsDirect sender address) is a solid example of the principle ‘If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is’. With iPhones at full price in short supply, why would anyone sell one for $150?
There’s a scam email doing the rounds right now which invites people to take part in a Westpac competition to share your best saving tips. While Westpac is running such a competition, the email has nothing to do with it: it’s just another classic scam mail which links to a dodgy site entirely unconnected to…