I Almost Got Robbed
I'm really frustrated today because I can't access my coins.ph wallet where my funds from noise.cash were saved. I suspect, it's because I didn't comply with their Enhance Verification that was emailed to me last Sunday, which I thought was a scam. They warn me that if I don't proceed with their mandatory process my account will be limited, and now it happens. I didn't push to get verified because I'm so through with phishing e-mails, that I decline to check even the legit ones. You know trust issues and you can't blame me for that.
Wicked people don't choose a place to execute their evil plans, whether, in the real world or virtual, they will make a way to take what you have. Giving up is not in their vocabulary because they believe even if they do it negatively the outcome is still positive. The fear of being caught and conscience were aside, they will leave you at fault while blaming yourself for the things they have done.
Whew! I wonder how they can swallow the food they bought from stealing and sleep without thinking about their victims.
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Okay, back to my coins.ph rant.
I checked their Help page and read a few articles about my issue when one answer got my eye's widened. They said the probable reason why my account was limited from sending funds is that someone is trying to transact to my account from an unfamiliar device. Gaaaad! I immediately open my Gmail and check other emails. I saw lots of attempts that didn't push through. Whew! Thank God! Then I also went to my Spam folders, and to my surprise, my other e-wallet which is Gcash was also intruded on.
I startle and was about to click "Cancel Transaction" thinking it was legit, and the fear of getting robbed was already on my nerves, but my right thumb is holding me back not to tap it cause I feel something is wrong with the image receipt, so I check the email sender address.
My goodness! That stupid scammer was very obvious by sending it to us, 13 different accounts one at a time. Such a lazy ass! Or maybe he/she was a new recruit thus he/she failed to trick his/her first target. Lol!
I am already convinced that this is a phishing email but I still checked the legit address of GCash and here it is.
Wait, there's more! Another fake Gcash sender again. I suddenly got credits without activating their GLoan. Whoooo! These people are unbelievable! They will lure you until you fall.
I hope you keep this as a reminder. Don't startle when you encounter like this issue.
Think before you click so you won't be tricked. Be wiser to them.
Change your password regularly.