Perfect Money Security Recommendations

What is a fraudulent email?

A fraudulent (spoof) email pretends to be from a well-known company in an attempt to get personal information from you.

People who send spoof emails hope to use your information such as credit and debit card numbers or account passwords to commit identity theft.

Anyway, you can prevent spoof from affecting you, spoof or phishing emails and the spoof websites often associated with them are deceptive in appearance. However, they contain content that reveals that they are fake. The most important thing to do to protect yourself is to be able to spot this misleading content.

What to watch out for?

  1. Generic greetings. Many spoof emails begin with a general greeting, such as: "Dear Perfect Money (PM) member."
  2. A false sense of urgency. Most spoof emails try to deceive you with the threat that your account is in jeopardy if you don’t update it ASAP.
  3. Fake links. The text in a link looks valid, but then sends you to a spoof address. Always check where a link is going before you click. Move your mouse over it and look at the URL in your browser or email status bar. If the link looks suspicious, do not click on it, and be aware that a fake link may even have the text "perfect-money" in it. If you are not sure about an email, forward the suspicious email to Perfect Money (PM) support for analysis.

What is a fraudulent email?

To help you better identify fake emails, we follow strict rules. We will never ask for the following personal information in emails:

  • Credit and debit card numbers
  • Bank account numbers
  • Driver’s License numbers
  • Email addresses
  • Passwords
  • Your full name

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