This information is crucial for the safety of your cryptocurrency.
NEVER SHARE YOUR SEED PHRASE BACKUP!
DON’T TRUST ANY EMAIL RELATED TO YOUR CRYPTOCURRENCY.
NEVER SHARE YOUR SEED PHRASE BACKUP. NEVER!
ALWAYS VERIFY THAT YOU ARE ON THE CORRECT WEBSITE.
NEVER SHARE YOUR SEED PHRASE. NEVER!
This year Ledger had a data breach and since then their customers have been bombarded with phishing emails. If you don’t know what phishing means, I’m going to tell you.
Fake emails and websites that are pretending to be someone else in order to steal your personal information. The access to your crypto in this case.
The hardware wallet is still safe, the funds are safe – but it’s your responsability to keep them that way.
Even if you don’t own a Ledger Wallet, this information is crucial for the safety of your cryptocurrency.
Since a bunch of hackers and scammers got their hands on personal data from Ledger, they now know the personal data of their clients.
That means they have your name, email, phone number, even your home address.
Let’s see how you can protect yourself against these phishing attempts.
I have these 2 phishing emails in my SPAM folder.
That’s the first sign of a scam: Don’t trust anything in your SPAM folder. Some emails end up there by mistke, but most of them are not for your own good.
Even if the emails end up in your inbox and not in spam, there are some more clues to keep you away from being one of the victims.
If I hover over the name of the sender, I can see their email address.
The other one is [email protected]
Again, not a vaild domain. Legdersupport.io doesn’t exist.
The only valid domain is ledger.com. Any other domains are fake.