I just received a call from a legitimate Apple number claiming that my Apple ID was hacked and being used overseas. It was an automated call that gave me the option of pressing "1" to speak with someone right away. The person on the phone was able to send a push notification to my devices (MacBook, iPhone Apple watch) that, when clicked, prompted me to change my Apple ID password. He asked me not to change it yet, but to go to www.fastsupport.***, a legitimate remote support tool, and grant him access to my MacBook. The push notification is what threw me. off, so I followed the instructions, but 1 minute into the support session, I could see he was having trouble navigating the MacOS interface, so I terminated the session and call. I then proceeded to remove all traces of GoToMeeting (the client used by fastsupport), and change my Apple ID and Mac passwords. I am worried that I was still duped long enough for something to have been hacked or silently placed on my Mac. I am really concerned about the scammer's ability to send the password reset push, which happened immediately when I got on the phone with him.
Has anyone else experienced this?