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How to protect yourself against fraud
How to protect yourself against fraud
Written by Tatjana Petjukevica
Updated over a week ago
  1. Always make sure that the email and website address end in Fraudsters may create copies of our website or write emails from a fake address pretending to be us.

  2. Do not click on links from unexpected emails, SMS or a search engine The link may have slight differences in spelling and may lead to a fake copy. It is better to enter the website address yourself in the address bar or use a mobile app.

  3. Do not confirm a change of device if you have not asked for it Under various pretexts, the fake site may ask you to confirm actions or enter a code from SMS - let us know if you are suspicious.

  4. Do not confirm several actions in a row Sometimes scammers try to replace your smartphone with their own to confirm actions - usually a login request comes first, then a device change.

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