iPhone 6 scam

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  1. 09_SERG

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    Hi, I just got a text from (201)882-4564 claiming I was chosen to test the iPhone 6. I just need to go to

    It's obviously a scam, but is it wide spread? Or am I worried for nothing and its not a scam?

    Thanks and enjoy your day


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  2. Europa

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    It's a scam. I didn't get the text. Be sure to register your number on the national do not call registry.
     
  3. 09_SERG

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    Thanks, it is, did that when it first came out. I did switch from AT&T, should I do it again?


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  4. chris

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    Removed the link, since we wouldn't want to send anyone to a site that is a scam.(y)
     
  5. 09_SERG

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    No problem... Sorry
     
  6. chris

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    No worries. ;)
     
  7. Rafagon

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    https://www.donotcall.gov/

    Do it pronto!
     
  8. EverythingApple

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    Also, be careful about people calling and saying they are from the Do Not Call Registry. They never call you. That is a scam!
     
  9. meFTW

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    Oh wow. I'm very careful with who I give my number to. I've registered my number in the do not call registry a long time ago but sometimes I still get telemarketing calls. I kind of gave up on the idea that no one will be able to stop these calls from happening entirely, so I just give out my Google Voice number instead. ;)
     
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