Invitation: Congratulations You Have Won iPhone Is a Calendar Spam


Congratulations You Have Won iPhone

Congratulations You Have Won iPhoneScammers have once again tried me. They send me an email message with this subject line; “Invitation: Congratulations You Have Won iPhone. @ Wed Sep 4, 2019 9:44am – 9:59am (PDT) ([email protected])”.

After carefully reviewing the message and its attachments, I realized how this was another calendar spam message other than being a legit one. If you are like me, I mean having received such a message, take it from me that this isn’t real and you haven’t won anything.

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Check out the email content and compare with yours;

You have been invited to the following event.

Congratulations You Have Won iPhone.

When
Wed Sep 4, 2019 9:44am – 9:59am Pacific Time – Los Angeles
Where
Congratulations You Have Won iPhone XR From YouTube Visit Here Now : – http://youtube.daily-giveaway.xyz (map)
Calendar
Who
(Guest list has been hidden at organizer’s request)
Congratulations You Have Won iPhone XR From YouTube Visit Here Now : – http://youtube.daily-giveaway.xyz

Going ([email protected])?   Yes – Maybe – No

Why is scam?

  • This email is sent from address:  [email protected]
  • It asks you to visit http://youtube.daily-giveaway.xyz link.
  • It also claims that Guest list has been hidden at organizer’s request
  • It claims that the prize giver is YouTube with an xyz domain address
  • The message contains a downloadable invite.ics file 2KB size

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Winding up:

The email subject above and its contents is scam. I would advise you not to click the link as you might end up being infected with a virus like it happens to many similar emails.

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3 Comments

  1. Dom
    September 16, 2019
    Reply

    I received the same thing and it seems to be coming from my personal address. I since changed my password but the emails persist.

  2. Alex
    September 18, 2019
    Reply

    Really wish you had a solution as well.

  3. Muhammad Ajmal
    September 30, 2019
    Reply

    Thanks…..Plz My Iphone xr Reseved That Date Add…Plz……I Am Watting

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