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Sunday, November 26, 2017

Steal an iPhone and then send a message to its owner asking for the iCloud password



Beth Freestone is a psychology student from Manchester, who had her iPhone stolen one night. Unfortunately, these things happen. What is not very common, let's say, is that months after the person who stole your iPhone sends you a message ... to ask for your iCloud password!
And it is that Beth Freestone had to remain plaid when she saw the following message:
"Hi, I hope you do not mind if I ask you, but they gave me this phone, which I think you lost, and I'm using it for two weeks while repairing mine, but I can not use it without the password for iCloud, is it possible that Do you give it to me so that I can close the session and enter my own account? Thanks in advance xx. "
Message-Thief-iPhone
The thief even had the "kindness" to ask if he wanted me to send him a picture of the ones he had on the iPhone, as if he were doing him a favor. Obviously, Beth Freestone could not believe what she was reading:
"I could not believe I was so cheeky, I was dumbfounded. I would not dream of asking someone for something like that. I would have asked if he wanted me to send him the phone, not the passwords. "
So Beth asked the thief to send her phone, to which she replied that she had two jobs and that she did not have time to go to the post office. The issue is that he ended up convincing Beth to send him 5 pounds to pay the shipping costs, after which he blocked it and, of course, never sent him his iPhone.
Beth Freestone did not have the "Find my iPhone" feature on the device, which should serve as a lesson to all iPhone users of how convenient it is to activate it.

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