A former Apple employee has admitted to charges of defrauding Apple of more than $17 million dollar while working for the company.
Apple’s fraud prevention analysis highlighted that the App Store prevented more than 1.6 million risky apps from defrauding users in 2021.
A visitor to Disney World claims someone made $40,000 in fraudulent purchases with her credit card after losing her Apple Watch on a ride.
Congressional chair and South Carolina Representative James Clyburn is seeking help from Google and Apple in response to scams on Telegram.
Two men were sentenced to a combined 13 years in federal prison for a $1.5 million Apple gift card fraud scheme.
A former employee has been indicted on five charges that he defrauded Apple of more than $10 million in monetary loss over several years.
On Thursday, a U.S. District Court indicted a man from Charlotte, NC of selling stolen iPhones overseas by the hundreds.
Yet another iPhone insurance scam has come to a close, and a Bronx woman earned herself 21 months in prison for mail fraud.
A Chinese national who purchased fake iPhones and used them to defraud Apple was sentenced to 26 months in prison plus restitution costs.
Bankole Awosika of Hartford, Connecticut, used fraudulent credit cards to purchase an Apple Watch, two iPhones, and five other “cheaper phones”. He was charged with forgery and identity theft.
The man, Bankole Awosika, 34, was arrested by local police Dec. 11 and charged with four counts of first-degree forgery, five counts of third-degree identity theft, five counts of criminal impersonation, three counts of illegal use of a payment card, three counts of receiving goods from the illegal use of a payment card, third-degree larceny, first-degree attempt to commit forgery, third-degree attempt to commit identity theft, attempt to commit criminal impersonation, and second-degree breach of peace.