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Scammers push people to pay with iTunes gift cards
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One thing we know about scammers — they want money, and they want it fast. That’s why, whatever the con they’re running, they usually ask people to pay a certain way. They want to make it easy for themselves to get the money — and nearly impossible for you to get it back.
Their latest method? iTunes gift cards. To convince you to pay, they might pretend to be with the IRS and say you’ll be arrested if you don’t pay back taxes right now. Or pose as a family member or online love interest who needs your help fast. But as soon as you put money on a card and share the code with them, the money’s gone for good.
If you’re not shopping at the iTunes store, you shouldn’t be paying with an iTunes gift card. Other payment methods scammers might ask for include Amazon gift cards, PayPal, reloadable cards like MoneyPak, Reloadit, or Vanilla, or by wiring money through services like Western Union or MoneyGram. Government offices won’t require you to use these payment methods.
If you get targeted by a scam like this, report it to the FTC at ftc.gov/complaint.
Want to know more about avoiding scams? Read How to Avoid a Scam
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I just got burnt by advance America got me for 241.00 then wanted more for other fees. Told them no all of the sudden I didn’t qualify!
I AM SO GLAD that I did my research first and saw your reply!! RIGHT NOW someone from Advance Cash America is trying to get me to pay $481 and telling me I will be taken to court and the papers have already been filed. Said the debt was from 2013. I almost fell for it until they said to buy an iTune card. OMG! This is AWFUL that people do this!
Please report this to the FTC at FTC.gov/complaint. Give as many details as you can about the call. The information you give will go into a database that law enforcement uses for investigations.
the fbi and local police are leaving it up to the irs to do their own investigation.
Just got hit by one today. Same story. U have to pay $678 or we will file a warrent for arrest. I was going to make it in 3 payments but got skeptical when it said buy an iTunes card. So I started looking on the internet to see if there were scams like this. Glad I found this blog.
I’m glad you avoided the scam. Please report what happened at FTC.gov/complaint. The details you give will go into a database that law enforcement uses for investigations.
The comments you post here on the blog don’t go into the law enforcement database.
I tried reporting my complaint but couldn’t pass the amount I’ve spent.
Hello, do not understand what u mean by “couldn’t pass the amount u’ve spent”
Anyhow, i too was a recent victom and did not think QUICK ENOUGH to search online for iTune/gov grant scams❗My mistake cost me $250 upon providing “Nick Sharma of Federal Reserve Bank Accounting Mgr” with the cards’ serial code revealed upon sratching off the silver❗
How do u get your money back
How can I get my money back from sacmers I got sacmed appearing to be from u.s government department
Same thing happened to me today!
I feel so stupid but when threatened I let fear take over and purchased $300 in ITunes cards. I reported it. Out $300 but lesson learned unfortunately too late.
I was asked to get a 50 dollar one for an antivirus. I didn’t fall for it, they aren’t used for antivirus.
Right now on Google plus, there’s a person of interest who says he’s in the military in Libya at a camp fighting for freedom. He also says he has millions in the bank, big houses and fancy cars in Kentucky. He says he needs the iTunes card with at first $25.00,$50.00 and then $100.00 so he can file paperwork known as supposed leave of absence to come be with me. Then the scam goes further to where he wants to meet me and talk about opening up a car dealership, buying a house, buying a fancy car and what vacation to take. For someone who says they have millions how can they need my little income? I researched this iTune subject and haven’t sent anything but what bothers me most are the words they say,”trust me.”
So similar to me, he is supposedly in Qatar with us marines and needs itune cards for music and books because he is bored. They get quite angry about it but don’t give up easily
Can’t believe I fell for this. This person claims to be from Manhattan, NewYork and is stationed in Yemen. He is in the navy on s secret mission & claims to have been involved in recent strike on Syria! He said he was divorced with a young 14 year old son and he was an only child whose parents died in a car accident when he was 7. He claimed he was looking for love again. I can’t believe I believed this. There were red flags that made me wonder, especially his use of the English language, like he didn’t use the proper words sometimes, but was very good at sweet talking his way out of any questions I would ask or change subject. Recently he asked for me to help him by buying an iTunes card for $400 for his son for things he needs for his studies in London. That was another red flag, so I started doing some research while I stalled. Like an idiot, I fell for this guy, but was careful never to give any personal information. I met him by his friend request on Facebook, which I eventually accepted. He began communicating through messenger, but kept pressing me to give him my regular text message number or my email address. I didn’t do that, but eventually agreed to get google hangouts to communicate with him. That was really important to him! He continually told me not to tell my grown children or anyone about him because his mission was secret.is all of this a lie. a scam! I am educated, retired, and should know better, but not very tech savy. What should I do?
Wow your situation just like mine I meet this guy on instagram and told me he station in Yemen so nice and very charming and we never got into talking about gift card until later but he stated he wanna to listen to music on ITunes so I bought a 25 dollar one cuz I know the scam and how do I really know it’s him. I mean 35 not going to hurt me so I did but now makes me wonder after reading everything .
This may be the same scam , I dont know.. someone on Instagram using the name of a Fitness Model/gym owner just now asked me “I was actually going to ask if you could help with a $450.00 ITunes card, I need to pay for an important editing,photo online,but my card kept saying Not supported!” Ive not answered this person , but she is getting a bit pushy. so could this be a scam ?
Don’t believe any social media text from an unknown person
I met a guy on find a millionaire dating site an claims he is a international police officer in Indianapolis. About 3weeks ago he asked me to buy a $25 iTunes gift card so he can use for his phone to get more data to video chat me?? Sound suspect I think. so I jus played along WTH him. He told me wen he’s finish his mission in turkey he will video chat me..I told him I want to video chat him several times now before we meet cos I want to know if I actually chatting to the right person or not?. He say that I am an he wants to meet for real. part of me say he sound genuine but other part saying no he’s a scam! I don’t no wat to think. But I do have his contact details an phone number which he gave me. could he be a scam or not?? It’s a hard one. least if he’s scamming me I do have his details an can report it. But then again are they his details or not?. Someone help!!
met a guy on whats app named James M said he needed a n itunes divorced has money two cars did not purchase that for him
Gabby,would this man possibly be James Mayville?One thing we know about scammers — they want money, and they want it fast. ]]>