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May 09, 2018, 05:34:52 PM
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Be careful with this email. It's a phishing email


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May 10, 2018, 08:55:27 AM
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Thanks for the heads up.

These scam attempts have really gone very elaborately, trying to take advantage of people who don't have much experience dealing with crypto. Previously, it was just a phishing email that supposedly was sent from myetherwallet, but now, it's getting much more sophisticated.

Always be careful when clicking open URLs from emails, particularly if the person who sent it to you has a questionable identity. Furthermore, just never expose your private keys to any third parties, period. Bounty campaigns/wallets/exchanges, whatever. None of them have the right nor the need for your private keys, in order to claim a promised reward.

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May 11, 2018, 02:00:02 AM
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Thanks for the heads up.

These scam attempts have really gone very elaborately, trying to take advantage of people who don't have much experience dealing with crypto. Previously, it was just a phishing email that supposedly was sent from myetherwallet, but now, it's getting much more sophisticated.

Always be careful when clicking open URLs from emails, particularly if the person who sent it to you has a questionable identity. Furthermore, just never expose your private keys to any third parties, period. Bounty campaigns/wallets/exchanges, whatever. None of them have the right nor the need for your private keys, in order to claim a promised reward.

Thanks for your advice

Do not give anyone your private key the best way to protect your money.
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