I've been trading Cryptocurrencies for quite some time now and also run several Social Media Accounts that promote Blockchain Technology, which has cemented my presence on the World Wide Web,as you can find me all over the internet on various Platforms, Forums and Websites.
Whenever you sign up and disclose personal information, you're essentially trusting third-party application to secure and store that information, this makes you vulnerable to fraudulent criminals who try their best to steal in hopes of making Capital Gains.
While I'm not easily fooled by these attempts, I can however understand how others might become victim to some of these elaborate Fraudulent attempts. You might not be stupid enough to fall for those Nigeria Prince Emails that promise Millions of Dollars to be deposited via your Bank Account but there are some people out there that have the technical know-how to & interests to steal your Cryptocurrencies
You might lose access to your Exchange Account, once Hackers have your Information. Since, I'm so active on the World Wide Web it has made me a Victim to these attempts, hence this post will be updated over time, expect to witness all the phishing Emails that I receive via my Email Inbox
Poloniex Phishing Email
Emails leads me to Poloniex ( Clearly, it's not the same as the Original Poloniex Website)
Bittrex Phishing Email
Looks like the real deal here! However check out the Link ''https://secure.poloniex.work/bittrex/''
Be careful and skeptical when it comes to Emails that redirect you to a Crypto Exchange Page! Check the Link, Layout and verify the sender email first
Some Hackers spend the whole day, trying to make your life a living hell. Don't even bother clicking the Link as it's the best way to avoid phishing attacks. Be careful, when it comes to emails requesting for personal information, it's best to always remain skeptical. If you get this type of email: Don't even bother clicking on any external links or provide personal information until you've confirmed the email is real.
My best Advice: Bookmark a Crypto Exchange Website Link and if you do receive an email ignore it because it's an industry practice to not send out sensitive emails, you might receive a notice especially if there are changes made to the terms & condition but you won't be requested to sign-in from a redirect link.