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How to safeguard from scams?
How to safeguard from scams?
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How do you protect your crypto from scams?

Cryptocurrency is a digital currency that scammers will go to extreme lengths to steal. But by being vigilant and following basic security protocols, you can protect your crypto.

We prioritize security and protect our customers from falling victim to scams. This article will discuss how scammers can take advantage of you and how to protect yourself from scams. Cryptocurrency transactions are irreversible, and once you send crypto, you cannot retrieve your funds.

To protect yourself from being scammed

  • Only send crypto to trusted third parties or close contacts. Contact our support team immediately if you were scammed into sending crypto via Stably Ramp. Reporting scams is critical to helping others avoid the same fate. Investment scams are quite popular on social media and other technological platforms.

  • Always Google the investment company or website to see if other customers have left reviews. Verify with friends or family by phone, not via social media, and never send crypto to someone you don’t know. Romance scams are another way scammers manipulate their victims through emotional coercion.

  • Be suspicious of any requests for money from someone you have never met in person, especially if you have only recently met online. Finally, phishing scams are malicious techniques used to obtain sensitive information from victims.

  • Don’t click on links from unknown sources; never share private keys or recovery phrases with anyone.

Please don't hesitate to reach out to us if you have any concerns or questions.

To learn more about Stably, visit our website.

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