Cryptocurrency Scam Cryptocurrency CEO Warns of Recent Phishing Scams via SMS 3

CZ, the CEO of Cryptocurrency, recently warned via his Twitter feed about a cryptocurrency scam method that threatens Cryptocurrency users.

He said, "The massive phishing scam via text message comes with a link to cancel the withdrawal, which causes the phishing site to obtain your credentials, as shown in the screenshot below."

Phishing scams are no longer a strange method of fraud. Fraudsters use email or text messages to trick you into giving them your personal information. They may try to steal your cryptocurrency, account number, or social security number. If they obtain this information, they can access your email, bank or other accounts. Fraudsters launch thousands of these phishing attacks every day, and they are usually successful.

Scammers update their tactics frequently, but there are a few signs that can help you identify a phishing email or text message.

Cryptocurrency Scam Cryptocurrency CEO Warns of Recent Phishing Scams via SMS 4

Phishing emails and text messages may look like they are coming from companies you know or trust. They may look like they are from a bank, credit card company, social networking site, online payment site or app or online store. Phishing emails and text messages often tell a story to lure you into clicking on a link or opening an attachment. Be careful before clicking on any link sent by a stranger.

Disclaimer: The information on this website is provided as a general market review only and does not constitute investment advice. We encourage you to conduct your own research before investing.

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