What do I do if I receive a suspicious-looking email from NETELLER?

What is phishing?
Phishing is the illegal practice of obtaining sensitive information, such as your account number, password, credit card or bank account numbers, etc. 
Unfortunately, NETELLER is occasionally the victim of email scammers who seek to trick our customers into sharing confidential personal details that the scammers can then use to defraud the customers. It usually works like that: you receive an e-mail from a well-known brand, and then you are “tempted” to click on a link, or share your account information.
What to look for?
Below are a few pointers in order to protect yourself against phishing e-mails:
  • Unprofessional emails with grammatical or spelling errors
  • Free money offers that do not require you to do anything
  • Links that look valid but take you to a spoof address. Do not click on any links that look suspicious
  • E-mails requesting you to share your Secure ID or password
If you think you’ve received a phishing email, please forward it to the Support Center by clicking on the available contact channel below.