Netizens say iPhone rogue software defraudes the old man 308 yuan, apple refuses to refund

When it comes to rogue software, people's first impression is that it's the fault of the domestic android platform. Apple's IOS audit is strict, so it's safe for the elderly to use it. However, some people are cheated from time to time.

Recently, microblog big V and squirrel club member @ half a potato revealed that a friend’s parents mistakenly dropped a rogue software and were cheated out of 308 yuan. I thought the phone call would be solved. As a result, Apple was very determined and didn’t refund the money.

Netizens say iPhone rogue software defraudes the old man 308 yuan, apple refuses to refund

Half a potato said that he thought Apple should add the management of APP reviewers, followed by careful review of apps. This kind of thing is cheating money at first sight, but it didn’t ask for the money back.

Netizens say iPhone rogue software defraudes the old man 308 yuan, apple refuses to refund

Judging from the name of the app he exposed, this app is called Guoguo cleaning intelligent advanced edition. It is a cleaning app. It’s free to try for three days and costs 298 yuan per quarter. After automatic subscription and confirmation of purchase, it will automatically deduct money from the iTunes account, but what the app says is that it can be cancelled at any time.

Netizens say iPhone rogue software defraudes the old man 308 yuan, apple refuses to refund

From the app’s comments, some people pointed out that the software was useless, highly covert, and the price was too expensive, and the report did not find an entrance.

Netizens say iPhone rogue software defraudes the old man 308 yuan, apple refuses to refund

At present, apple and the operating companies of the application software have not responded. We will continue to pay attention.

At this year’s 315 party, CCTV also focused on exposing the problem that the elderly are easy to be cheated or even cheated by cleaning software when using their mobile phones, saying that such apps are stationed in the elderly’s mobile phones, constantly sending user data information in the background, making user portraits of the elderly, and labeling them as “easily misled and induced” groups.

So a variety of vulgar, inferior, and even deceptive advertising and content will continue to be pushed to the old man’s mobile phone.