User security is one of the most important priorities for us here at DGaming. But as as you may know, nobody will make your information more secure than yourself.
So please note, DGaming members will never ask you to send the money or tokens!
We have discovered that somebody has been scamming users using the name of the DGaming team. That's why we want to share a quick checklist detailing how to make sure you are talking to a real member of DGaming team. Team accounts will never ask for money or tokens.
- We will never ask you to send us any tokens or funds in any form. All official payments should be conducted via official signed documents and (or) agreements.
- All negotiations should go through official team e-mails.
***@dgaming.com should be included in the conversation. If you have doubts about the e-mail you're receiving letters from, don't hesitate to ask the team at firstname.lastname@example.org
- We won't co-operate with other teams and companies without proper announcements. Always check out the latest project news at https://dgaming.com/media/ and don't let yourself be tricked with a fake.
- If you are going to negotiate through telegram, check the list of trusted accounts below:
Scammers often pretend to be someone you trust, it is a typical scheme that unfortunately works. Always do your own additional research and double check all the information you are receiving in private chats and e-mail negotiations.
If you think someone is pretending to be a DGaming team member, it's better to reach out to us and ask questions via the official e-mail email@example.com.
Your security is in your hands in most of the cases.
Stay tuned, stay defended.