Phishing attacks are a tactic used by scammers to first steal one’s personal information and after that, the funds of their victims. Fraudsters may try to fake being or being a representative of PEGA-Pool using malicious links or computer software to attempt to steal your account username, password and other sensitive information. Once they have the necessary information, they can steal your assets.
Common examples of phishing attacks include:
Impersonating PEGA-Pool customer support on chat tools such as WhatsApp and Telegram
Fake PEGA-Pool website/App
Fake PEGA-Pool email
Fake PEGA-Pool SMS (with link)
Fake PEGA-Pool customer service numbers/links on the web
Phishing via free WiFi
The following can help you to avoid these types of attacks:
Never trust anyone who asks for your account information.
Never log into your PEGA-Pool account through any site other than our official website.
Avoid clicking on unknown links.
Install current firewall and anti-virus software to keep your online activities safe.
Be extra careful when using public WiFi. Sensitive data is often leaked when non-private connections are used.