Cryptocurrencies globally has seen increased popularity over the years. This has opened doors for phishing attacks. Scams and emails have become common and this calls for you to be alert in securing your investments.
Learn how to stay safe online, identify and prevent phishing.
Phishing is a fraudulent attempt to act legit in order to trick you into providing your account details and access your investments. You need to stay vigilant as cryptocurrency transactions are fast, private and irreversible.
Watch Out For
Emails, SMS and Social Media
Stay alert about fake text messages, emails or social media accounts that claim to be Zebpay and carry similar branding.
These messages can ask you for sensitive and confidential information such as account information, verification details or PIN.
Apps, Plugins and Extensions
Please download Zebpay app from official sources only. Create your digital currency wallet and trade from our app available on Play Store and App Store.
We do not support any plugins or extensions. Downloading or usage of other products from third-party sources will leave your crypto assets vunerable.
Always check the URL prior to clicking on it. Do not open any link that is not from zebpay.com or is suspicious looking.
Exercise caution when opening shortened URLs on social media and emails.
Browse through links that start with HTTPS only. The ‘S’ in HTTPS stands for secured.
Zebpay will never ask you for PIN, account details or any confidential information. Never share these details on a public platform or in emails.
Zebpay does not endorse fixed return offers and schemes. These need to be reported to us immediately through ticket.zebpay.com.
Do not respond to incorrectly presented details of your wallet. These messages are malicious in nature and are intended to create panic and cause errors in judgement.
Zebpay is a leading bitcoin and crypto exchange. We ensure to implement all necessary steps to keep your wallet safe and secure. This is an attempt to educate you for all possible phishing attacks and scams.
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