On the off chance that you get a dubious email or message that is by all accounts from Wish or Wish employees, and the message demands that you give passwords, check codes, API access token, or API customer mystery, be careful. The email might be a trick. In this Short article, we will see about how we can Recognize and Report suspicious Emails and be protected from them
How to recognize suspicious messages and genuine messages?
Fraudsters make counterfeit email accounts to act like Wish employees, with the expectation that beneficiaries will answer or click on a connection or connection, and give classified data including passwords and check codes of any accounts, or API access token and API customer mystery. These messages or messages frequently contain the accompanying:
Solicitations for password or check codes
Offering paid services outside of the Merchant Dashboard entry
In the event that you get a message from “Wish employees” or any other person requesting that you share passwords, check codes, API access token, or API customer mystery, don’t answer directly, on the grounds that Wish never asks dealers for the accompanying subtleties through messages or outer correspondences outside ensured vendor gateway, (for example, Merchant Dashboard):
Wish Merchant Password
- Password to individual email, bank, or different accounts
- Check codes
- Programming interface access token
- Programming interface customer mystery
Instructions to report suspicious emails or messages:
On the off chance that you get a dubious email or message that demands passwords, check codes, API access token, or API customer mystery, and are uncertain of the authenticity of the message, you should report it to us right away. Here’s the ticket:
Most importantly, don’t click any connections or open any connections in the email.
Hope you now understand how to Recognize and Report Suspicious Emails.