Safeguarding and maintaining the confidentiality of your account information including your user name and password is extremely important.
In general, you should not - (a) share or permit others to use your account login credentials including password; or (b) assign or transfer your account to any other person or entity.
As a best practice, PLEASE DO NOT use the same password for more than one account in our website or otherwise. The risk of pairing same email address & password for various online accounts is if that pair gets exposed, then the attacker might gain access to another account that uses the same credentials too. So, please keep your account password unique and secure always.
The term ‘phishing’ describes identity theft scams involving phony websites and emails or other messages. The goal of any phishing attack is to gain access to your account and sensitive information. An attacker can create their own website that mimics a reputable one such as ours or send you a message that seems to come from a trusted source. Phishing messages can come from a fake account or an account that has been hacked.
Typically, a phishing message might ask you to complete the following tasks - Visit a link or Download a file or Open an attachment. While doing so, malicious software such as worms, trojans, bots, and viruses are installed in your device and they can infect your computer or mobile. After your device is infected, an intruder can gain access to your personal information easily.
Phishing scams can also include direct requests for personal information, such as your bank account credentials. These scams usually ask you to provide your personal information - By email or another messaging system or Through a form or At a fraudulent phone number or At a phony physical address.
If you are unsure whether the mail or the link you have received is from us, kindly contact us immediately and we are happy to assist in investigating your request/concern.