I can’t give you all the link to this website as I hadn’t joined then.
Update: I have found the link! Here is a screenshot of the website I got from Apple Support:
Website (not full one): apple.com-supportcenter.pro
Here is the story:
I got redirected to a website on my iPad Air 3 and it told me that my MAC had gotten a virus (what a stupid website to call my iPad a Mac). It had a pretty legit apple top bar (apple website buttons on top) and it had the word “apple.com” on its website.
Q: Does the word “apple.com” in the url name prove that it is a legit website?
A: ABSOLUTELY NOT
THESE ARE MEANT TO TRICK YOU.
How to look out for these kind of scams:
Read the ENTIRE website name first. Don’t jump to conclusions when you see a mere “apple.com” in the link.
For my case, click some unrelated buttons like the “Mac” or “iPhone” buttons that should redirect you to the respective pages. They don’t work!
Google authentication scams: try to click the “Forgot Password” button. It doesn’t work!
This website has been flagged by YouTuber Siam Alam where he showed the same website I got redirected to.