Phishing Warning! ‘Your Apple ID was used…’ and ‘Your Apple Locked’

Edit: Second example added

Please be aware of a recent Phishing attack making the rounds, asking you to verify your apple account.
The verify link will take you to ‘www apple.id.site-app.mobi’
Just delete if you receive.

Example:

From: Apple <toriumi@heisei-net.com>
Subject: Your Apple ID was used to restore a device from one of your iCloud backups.
To: xxxxxxxxx <xxxxxxxxxx@st-andrews.ac.uk>
Date: October 23, 2015 at 19:08:33 GMT+1

Dear Apple Customer,
Your Apple ID (xxxxxxxxxx@st-andrews.ac.uk) has been used to restore a device from one of your iCloud backups.
Device:Roody’s iPhone (iPhone 4s)
IP: 94.18.212.66 (Denmark)
If you have not restored a device recently or you believe someone may have accessed your account,we recommend to visit the link below to verify that you are the legitimate account holder.
Verify now >
Sincerely,
Apple Support
My Apple ID | Support | Privacy Policy
Copyright © 2015 Apple Distribution International, Hollyhill Industrial Estate, Hollyhill, Cork, Republic of Ireland.

AND:

From: Apple Inc Profile [mailto:support@kycdetailcheck.co.uk]
Sent: 25 October 2015 13:53
To: xxxxxxxxx
Subject: Your Apple Locked

 

Apple User xxxx@st-andrews.ac.uk

Resolution Your Ref: #K20IL8176-A114
Date: 25 – October – 2015

PLEASE SAVE THIS MESSAGE FOR YOUR RECORDS – PLEASE READ THIS MESSAGE IN FULL.

Our members security means everything. That’s why we are contacting you in reference to your Apple ID xxx@st-andrews.ac.uk. The Apple Privacy Policy was updated on September 17, 2015 and now requests members to review the information we hold on them due to KYC (Know your Customer) regulation.

We have tried to get in touch with you on 2 previous occasions to review this information before the privacy policy change on the 17th of September and did not received a response. This is the concluding communication before closure of your Apple Account within the next 48 hours and all associated data.

Please follow the link provided to login.

>>> Validate My Apple Account

Regards,
iCloud Customer Support

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