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Can you spot the 10 things wrong with this email from 'Apple'?

The iCloud hack isn't just scary for celebrities. These hackers are after you, too, and I've got the proof.

An email came across my desk claiming to be from Apple and iTunes. It said that my account is temporarily blocked and will remain frozen until I approve my account information.

Yeah, right!

If you get an email like this, be sure to stay away from it and don't click on any links or give out any of your personal or other account information. It's likely a scam looking to capitalize on the recent iCloud hack fear and paranoia over celebrities' hacked accounts.

But how can you tell if an email is legit or a scam? The hackers might think they are crafty, but there are some solid tell-tale signs that stick out like a sore thumb.

Can you spot all the signs of a scam?

Next page: Let's take a look at the email I got and see if you can spot all the signs of a scam.
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