Coinsuper customer service never ask for a password, 2FA, asset information and asks for your fund password.
If you have problems you are advised to contact customer service on line or via email.
In Coinsuper's Telegram, QQ and WeChat group, there are often some persons who talk about you privately to ask you for your privacy information who using your eagerness to solve problems. Or they will step by step lead you to the phishing website. As a result, you may be exposed to confidential information such as your username, password, or loss of digital currency.
Impersonated Coinsuper support staff publish phishing websites in the community
Impersonated Coinsuper support staff publish phishing websites in major communities and get your important confidential information by logging into phishing websites. Or after logging in to the phishing website, the virus is automatically implanted and the confidential information has been obtained.
Coinsuper official website: www.coinsuper.com
Impersonated Coinsuper support staff privately contact you
Some hackers in the community will impersonate Coinsuper customer service to contact you to solve the problem, during which time you will be asked for important information such as account, password, 2FA, etc., in order to transfer the assets in your account.
Coinsuper customer service will not ask your account, password and other important information in the community. Such as the inquiry information or the urgent need to solve the problem, you can contact Coinsuper online or send the email to us.
Impersonated Coinsuper customer service mailbox
The hackers will contact the customer via email, inducing you to click the unsafe link and disclose your information.
Coinsuper customer service email: email@example.com
Impersonated Coinsuper online customer service
The hackers will let you log in to the impersonated online customer service page, which will ask you to provide your account, password, etc. to transfer your assets.
Please look for the Coinsuper website: www.coinsuper.com