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If you just received an email that claims you spent $105.99 on itunes and you know you did not then it is a scam and it is not from apple just trying to bait you into clicking a link in the email or calling a number to scam you further. There has been a lot of emails like this going around lately. If you do not see the money missing from your bank or credit cards you can just delete the email as it is a scam. Now if you do see the money missing from your bank account You need to go through the instructions on this page:
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You need to go through the instructions on this page:
Make sure you go through all 6 steps on the page
Disregard the remote service offer it is automated and sent by the site not me.
I cannot tell you, I do not know. All I can do is tell you how to find out what you were charged for. You understand that this is not apple right?
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