Various internet users have reported that they are receiving iPhone 6 scams in their e-mail inboxes and Facebook messages folder. The iPhone 6 scams claim are crafted by cybercriminals and scammers to lure unaware internet users to malicious websites. In this particular case, the scammers claim that they are giving away a iPhone 6 to a lucky person, but in order to win the iPhone 6, the users will be urged to perform a couple of actions, and some of these actions might be malicious.
Some scams simply claim that you only need to provide your email address. The guys from MalwareBytes have taken a picture of a iPhone 6 scam which was being passed around. This particular iPhone 6 scam claimed that the users only needed to provide their email account.
In the following picture, we are able to see a Facebook iPhone 6 scam. The scam has been shared around 41000 times and it has been liked by 18000 people.
The iPhone 6 scam holds the following text:
We are giving Only 300 Iphones on April 10/ 2015