This post describes my experiences as a victim of ID theft, explains the growing problem of phone account hijacking, and suggests ways consumers and mobile phone carriers can help combat these scams.
My Experiences as a Victim of ID Theft One evening my mobile phone stopped working mid call.
When I looked at the list of songs, there would be some missing—sometimes, most of the album would be missing.
When I clicked the “Show Complete Album” button on my Mac, all of the missing songs would show up with an “Add” button beside them.
Why do that when I already told Apple Music to add the album?
From what I can tell in my tests, Apple Music is deciding itself, based on your library, that it will not add duplicate songs.
After discovering that another phone on my account also had no signal, I called my mobile carrier on a landline phone.
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