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Fake app offered to read users' heart rate and asked them to place their fingers on the Touch ID sensor to trick them in paying $90 for it. Already removed by Apple.
ubergizmo.com/2018/12/fake-hea

@j_opdenakker I had a senior manager in the iTunes department tell me this type of scamming is impossible in iOS and refused to refund more than 90 days of charges to my mom's account, ~$1500. The total for a year was over $10k.

Also said if we ever dispute again they'll cancel her Apple ID

Kind of bizarre, but they make a lot of money off these predatory purchases/scams so there's no real incentive to remove it.

Crazy part is that on new phones there is no TouchID, so it would happen instantly with FaceID
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