- Your iCloud account is an integral part of Apple’s ecosystem, so you need to keep it secure at all times.
- Many users reported getting phone calls claiming that their Apple iCloud account got hacked, but this is just a scam.
- Want to learn more about iCloud? This dedicated iCloud article has all the information that you need.
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Having your iCloud account hacked can be a huge problem, and many users were concerned when they got a call from someone claiming to be Apple support.
These types of calls are fake, and in this article, we’ll show you how to deal properly with Apple iCloud hacked phone calls.
How to avoid iCloud hacked scam phone calls?
Got a call from 1-800-692-7753 about an iCloud breach
1-800-692-7753 is a fake phone number that hackers are using to steal your iCloud login information and data. If you ever get a call from this number, don’t answer it.
If you happen to answer, just hang up and don’t under any circumstances give any of your personal information to the person on the other side since that person is trying to scam you.
1-800-692-7753 is associated with Apple, but hackers are using spoofing software to fake the phone number, so even if you get a call from this number, don’t share any information and just hang up, or block the number.
How to protect from iCloud hacked phone scams?
It’s important to mention that Apple will never contact you first. The only time when Apple personnel will call you is if you schedule a call with them.
If you get a phone call from someone claiming to be Apple support, and you haven’t scheduled a call with Apple support, just hang up, or ignore the call, or block the number.
In case your iCloud account gets hacked, you won’t be called by Apple, ever. Instead, you might get an email or you just won’t be able to log in, so you’ll need to contact the support on your own.
Apple iCloud hacked phone call is a scam, and even if the number seems legitimate, it’s always a scam, since Apple won’t ever contact you first.
We hope that you found this short guide informative and that you’ll take proper precautions to protect yourself from scams like this in the future.