Series of fraudulent iTunes charges reported in Singapore

Dozens of iTunes users in the Southeast Asian country are reporting that they have lost hundreds of dollars because of fees recorded their accounts for purchases that were not made. they did not do it.

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according to Channel News Asia, two people say that they have been charged the equivalent of about $ 5,100 to iTunes their bank credit cards. The bank, Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporati (OCBC) reported 58 cases in total fraudulent charges.

A customer of another bank, DBS, told the news agency that six fraudulent transactis had resulted in the complete deleti of his account.

Apple Singatore said Channel News Asia that he "looks" into the fees, and canceled the purchases.

Several of the charges were exactly $ 112.03 in Singapore dollars ($ 82.22). Another customer reported that the charge appeared his phe bill, billed to "iTunes orders".

Apple recently made a big push Singapore. He opened his first Apple Store last year, with a "Apple Loves Singapore" badge in frt of the store while he was ready for the opening – and he also added shipping routes in this country at Apple Maps.

Apple has paid back several fees, but not all. The company also says that she is looking into the situati.

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