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Be Careful of Suspicious Scam Links!

by Community Manager ‎15-05-2017 04:19 PM - edited ‎15-05-2017 04:21 PM

Watch out for this malicious scam guys. If you’ve received a link (see below) or any suspicious links and URLs, DO NOT click on them! Chances are they will lead you to harmful malware.

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IMPORTANT: Digi has not authorised and is not responsible for any malicious content produced by unknown third party users.

 

Here’s how you can detect harmful links:
1. Established companies will always have its own domain, so make sure that the link includes the company’s real domain in it. If you are not sure of what it is, you can check the company’s official website. For example, Digi’s domain is digi.com.my.
2. Look for spelling and grammar mistakes. Most brands take language very seriously and will avoid major spelling and grammar errors in their emails/messages. Read them carefully so you won’t fall into a scam trap!
3. If you’re still unsure, reach out to the company to confirm its authenticity.

 
For exclusive MyDigi Rewards and how you can get them, head on to our rewards page here!

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by 01116210913 Member
on ‎22-05-2017 05:21 AM

Najib razak

by Yeeteng87 Member
on ‎12-08-2017 12:47 AM

Bellsa wrote:

Watch out for this malicious scam guys. If you’ve received a link (see below) or any suspicious links and URLs, DO NOT click on them! Chances are they will lead you to harmful malware.

Screenshot_6.png

Scampic.png

IMPORTANT: Digi has not authorised and is not responsible for any malicious content produced by unknown third party users.

 

Here’s how you can detect harmful links:
1. Established companies will always have its own domain, so make sure that the link includes the company’s real domain in it. If you are not sure of what it is, you can check the company’s official website. For example, Digi’s domain is digi.com.my.
2. Look for spelling and grammar mistakes. Most brands take language very seriously and will avoid major spelling and grammar errors in their emails/messages. Read them carefully so you won’t fall into a scam trap!
3. If you’re still unsure, reach out to the company to confirm its authenticity.

 
For exclusive MyDigi Rewards and how you can get them, head on to our rewards page here!


 

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