FTX Warns Its Customers About Scammers!
Looks like somebody’s feeling generous with other people’s money! FTX Exchange recently issued a warning against scammers offering its customers a return of their lost funds. Yup, you read that right!
It’s true! It seems there are scammers out there that are pretending to be FTX Exchange, and trying to offer unsuspecting customers a chance to get back their lost funds (we’re not sure where they got these lost funds from). They are sending emails to unsuspecting customers and offering them a chance to “recover” the funds.
The scammers are also sending users links to a “secure” page where they can “enter their details and receive their lost funds.”
Wait, this sounds way too good to be true…
Yup! You’re absolutely right! It is! FTX Exchange is warning its customers to be aware of these scammers. You should never trust unsolicited emails or links that appear to be from FTX.
So, How Can You Stay Safe?
FTX Exchange is offering the following tips to help their customers stay safe from these scammers:
- Do not click on any links sent to you via email! If you are unsure, contact FTX directly via their website or social media pages to verify if the email is legitimate.
- Do not enter your personal details. If the email appears to be from FTX, do not enter your credit card, banking, or personal information.
- Do not enter your login information. Do not enter your username and password on any site that appears to be from FTX.
- Act fast! If you received an email that appears to be from FTX, you should take immediate action and report the email to FTX.
So, if you are an FTX user, watch out for these scammers! Don’t be fooled by their offers and don’t let your guard down. Keep these tips in mind and stay safe! Now, if you will excuse me, I’ve got to keep my eyes peeled for any scammers who want to give me a large sum of money…
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