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Recommendations that you should take into account when someone contacts you offering you a great benefit with a minimum cost or investment. DO NOT BELIEVE IT and analyze well what they are asking for in return because that is exactly what you are going to lose.
It is IMPORTANT not to forget that scammers will always try to become your collaborators, presenting themselves as advisors, brokers, or lawyers, and will pressure you to make quick decisions without allowing you to think calmly. They will even make you feel unintelligent if you do not accept their offer. They will also disguise their activity through business-like websites and images. And they will offer to help you in a "disinterested" way because they present themselves as the real "professionals".
Never install monitoring applications on your mobile or PC (Anydesk, Teamviewer...) for a third party to "help" you to do something you do not understand because you will be allowing them to access sensitive or personal information that they will take advantage of at any time to use without your consent.
If you want to buy cryptocurrencies on Bitnovo, you don't need to register. And you can have your own wallet for free without giving your personal data to anyone.
You may be offered help to generate a new wallet of your own and take advantage of this circumstance to capture the 12 words of the wallet seed, which are generated when you create it, and that will allow them to copy your wallet on any other device and then empty it.
In the case of coupons/vouchers redeemable for cryptocurrencies, remember that they are not used to pay third parties. Also do not forget that once they have been used they cannot be returned. If someone asks you to pay with Bitnovo vouchers, ask them why you can't pay them through a traditional payment method that allows you to know who you are paying and get proof of payment.
NEVER give out your credit/debit card information or access to your accounts.
DO NOT allow a stranger to use your email address for you and substitute your identity.
When you visit a web page, always check the URL or address of the link and see if the name of the company you are visiting is spelled correctly in the address. Just because a URL contains the word "Bitnovo" does not mean that it is the Bitnovo site. Our URL always ends in ".bitnovo.com".
Always make sure that the link address starts with HTTPS, the padlock symbol will appear in the browser. If you do not see these two elements, the site is not secure.
f you have already been the target of a scam, we recommend that you report it. We would also appreciate it if you could send us any information you have so that we can block and monitor the offenders from our systems.