I received an email from Atomic Wallet Team, asking me to provide my 12-word phrase/password
Please read the following information carefully:
We advise being very careful when it comes to your private information. If you have received an email from similar to email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org addresses asking to provide your 12-word backup phrase and/or private keys – that’s a phishing attack.
A phishing email may ask you to follow the link, to reply to a different email, share your private information. Never do this!
We are using all kinds of protections to prevent phishing attacks. However, they are still possible. If you received a suspicious email – delete it immediately.
Follow these rules:
- Never share your 12-word backup phrase.
- Do not click any links or call by the number provided in the phishing email.
- Do not fill any forms.
- Do not reply to a phishing email.
- Do not load the attachments of the phishing email.
Our team would greatly appreciate it if you report a phishing attack to us at email@example.com.