'Click Subscribe' iPhone Calendar Spam Description
iPhone users worldwide have been experiencing a new issue with their calendar app. It would appear that conmen are flooding users with fake calendar notifications via the official iPhone calendar application. This can happen if you give out your iCloud email address to a shady website. The fake events that will spam your calendar application are likely to attempt to trick you into clicking a link that will redirect you to a dubious website.
Among the most commonly used tricks in iPhone Calendar Spam campaigns, is the promotion of fake anti-virus tools or dodgy technical support services. This is what the ‘Click Subscribe’ iPhone calendar spam operation aims at – convincing the user to subscribe for an overly-expensive technical support service by stating that their iPhone has been compromised by multiple threats. A website doesn't have the power to determine whether your iPhone has been breached or not accurately, so all the claims made by the ‘Click Subscribe’ conmen are false. Do not waste your money on any application or service pushed by the ‘Click Subscribe’ iPhone calendar spam operators.
If you want to stop the calendar spam events, make sure to block all the accounts linked to this shady activity via your iCloud email account. Alternatively, you can use a third-party calendar utility as the iPhone calendar spam campaigns do not target any applications apart from the official iPhone calendar application.