As cryptos and allied digital assets are gaining popularity, the interest among the users is growing, so are the number of scams. There are multiple ways in which a new investor can be scammed.
- Scammers may pretend to be contacting you on behalf of CoinDCX. They can reach out to you pretending to be a part of CoinDCX Support Team or Team Member on Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook and ask you for money or any favor in order to resolve your issue. They might use technology to change the name and phone number that appears to you.
- Scammers may contact you by saying there’s a problem with one of your accounts and that you need to verify some information but have to pay a fee for it. Some may ask for your bank account details to verify a transaction.
- Scammers want you to act urgently before you have enough time to think. Beware of any requests for your personal details or payment. Never transfer money or give credit card details, online account details or copies of personal documents to anyone pretending to be from CoinDCX.
- Scammers may use different domains to communicate with you. It’s always best to verify the identity of the contact by ensuring the email has been sent from our official domain @coindcx.com OR our official blue tick marked channels on Twitter, Instagram, and Telegram.