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Apple Pay Is Falsely Charging Users Without Any Purchases; One User Reported A $1,500 Loss Through 74 Rapid-Fire Transactions

Apple Pay is in hot waters in Hungary as it is conducting false transactions worth thousands of dollars, and users are not happy about it. A handful of users have reported that Apple Pay is malfunctioning as it charges them without making any purchases. The issue appears to persist for a wide range of Apple Pay customers and it appears that Apple is also aware of the ongoing issue.

A user saw almost $1,500 withdrawn from his account through 74 transactions, as random Apple Pay charges affect iPhone users

As mentioned, Apple Pay users in Hungary are reporting multiple small transactions through their accounts, some reaching as high as $1,500, as per the reports. The ongoing issue is prevalent and seems to be affecting most banks in Hungary. A user reported that almost $1,500 USD was taken out of his account in a series of rapid-fire transactions, 74 to be exact.

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Affected users are piling up requests to their banks, requesting help and a resolution for the money lost. The banks have reported that the issue lies on Apple's end, and the company is potentially aware of the issue and is working on a fix. The OTP Bank in Hungary stated that "massive, unjustifiable debits" were made to cards at various banks, and the situation is still being analyzed as to what has caused the issue.

According to a statement issued by the Raiffeisen Bank's website, Apple is aware of the issue and is working to fix it. The website reads:

Some of the charges that were incurred were possibly due to subscriptions that were previously canceled. The amount withdrawn from a user's account also matches previous transactions, which suggests that there could be an issue with the code. Users have been canceling their cards to avoid false transactions in Apple Pay. It appears to be a server-side issue and will be fixed on the back end instead of Apple releasing an

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