Transaction Security Miningwatchdog Marketplace

Henry Darius

Last Update 7 months ago

Here are some tips to protect your account:

· If you entered your password on a website you think might be malicious, go to Password Assistance and change it immediately.

· If you entered your payment information on a website or replied to an email you think might be malicious, immediately contact your financial institution.

· Do not share your Miningwatchdog Marketplace credentials with third-party tools or sites. Sharing this information allows these tools to interact with your Miningwatchdog Marketplace account as they are you, including making purchases and exporting history. Instead, consider using tools or websites that support secure Login With Miningwatchdog Marketplace. Note: Remember to update this payment method on your Miningwatchdog Marketplace account afterwards.

For additional account security tips, here are some ways to protect your system, devices, and wireless network:

· Install anti-virus or anti-malware software. Keep security software up to date by installing updates and patches as soon as they're available.

Note: When the installation is complete, run a full scan of your computer.

· Keep your operating system and necessary plugins updated to the latest version available.

· Never reply to unsolicited messages. Replying to phishing and spam messages only notifies the sender that they have a valid email address to which they can send more spam and phishing messages.

Note: If you want to unsubscribe from Miningwatchdog Marketplace communications, do so directly through our website instead of clicking a link in an email.

· Never place an order by email with a seller. These requests are often intended to collect email addresses to launch a phishing or spam campaign. If you receive an email asking you to pay for an order by bank transfer, ignore this request and contact us.

· Only install software you need and that comes from verified sources.

· Ignore urgent pop-ups that tell you a virus infected your devices and asks that you click a link to fix the problem.

· Don't leave your devices unattended in public places.

· Select the option to manually to WiFi. Don't connect to WiFi automatically.

· Disable hotspots when not needed.

· Change the name of your wireless network and any preset passwords provided by the vendor, even if the name and password seem complex.

If you receive a suspicious or fraudulent correspondence claiming to be from Miningwatchdog Marketplace, we recommend that you report it immediately. Visit Report Suspicious Emails, Phone Calls, Text Messages, or Webpages for more information.

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