Two students cheated Apple almost $1 million using return policy iPhone
Two students from China studying in College in Oregon, accused of fraud. As the resource the Oregonian, they face criminal prosecution due to the fact that they illegally got from Apple almost $1 million, taking advantage of the gaps in the return policy of the company.
Starting in 2017, the two suspects allegedly smuggled imported to the US from China thousands of counterfeit iPhones, which are then sent to Apple support for repair or replacement, claiming that the fake device will not turn on.
In many cases, Apple has replaced the counterfeit device on a real iPhone, which ultimately resulted in company losses of approximately $895 800.