Wednesday, 23 October 2013

How to Weed Out Payza Scams

Since online is where we manage a lot of our responsibilities, whether it is running a business or dealing with our finances, shopping online or sending money, we need to trust that the online forum we are dealing with is secure. The internet, however, can be a vulnerable place. With all the scams and potential threats out there, we have to be careful about what sites we use, and be armed with the knowledge to be able to know if something is a harmful. If you are using an online payment provider or an e-wallet provider, such as Payza, you should know how to recognize out possible Payza scams.

Common Payza scams can often show up in fake emails but they can also be in the form of fake websites. Scams, like a Payza scam, can be very deceiving and harm your personal information. Here are some tricks to help you stay vigilant about potential threats hiding under things you see every day. Keeping these tricks in mind will help you protect your information.
  1. Know the Sender

    Since e-mail scams are the most common scams received, it is important to make sure that the sender you are receiving your email from is legitimate. To spot a Payza scam, make sure the sender is authentic and that the email was sent from a address. If you are unsure about who the sender is, then the e-mail could be a fake. It is important to verify that the email you are receiving is from a reliable source.

  2. What does the email say?

    Another detail to keep in mind when it comes to identifying Payza scams sent through an e-mail is to pay attention to what the email says. If it asks you for your information, this could be a red flag. Make sure that the email is not you random information and also that it is not asking you to provide your personal information. It is important to be pay attention to any links that are inside emails as well, because these links may actually be viruses and could harm your computer or allow the fraudulent sender to be able to access your personal information. Another way to spot a Payza scam that can be disguised as an email is to pay attention to who the email is addressed to. Payza always uses your full name when sending emails. If the email is addressed to a general person, such as a "member" and does not state your name, or the name is wrong, the email could be fake.

  3. Pay attention to the details

    Whether you are on a website or looking at an e-mail, it is important to pay attention to the details. In order to avoid a possible Payza scam, make sure that what you are looking at is familiar and not asking you for information it does not usually request. Also, check for grammatical and spelling errors. If there are many on the site you are visiting or in the e-mail you are viewing, you may be looking at a potential threat and not a legitimate Payza website or e-mail. Another way to see if a website is safe, is to look at the address bar on your browser window. A secure website will start the website address with “https” and should have a lock icon beside it. If this is shown, it means the site you are browsing is secure. Payza’s secure website will show in your browser’s address bar.

Other Ways to Stay Safe

Here are some other ways to help you avoid Payza scams by making sure your environment is secure:
  1. Make sure your software is up-to-date

    Keeping your software up-to-date is very important to maintain security for your devices and your information. Updates for anti-virus software help improve the protection the software gives you.

  2. Be careful with your passwords and PINS

    To be safe, do not share your passwords and PINs with anyone. You never know who can gain access to that information and what they will do with it. To protect yourself from potential threats, it is important to keep that information private. Do not leave written records of your passwords out in an easily accessible place, and change your passwords on a regular basis.

  3. Verify requests from senders or websites

    If a website or email requests your information, make sure you know exactly what it is for and where it is coming from. It is important to keep this in mind when doing things online because it may be harmful and pose a threat to your personal information.
If you are unsure if the email you received or the website you are visiting is safe, Payza is always here to help. We make it a top priority to protect our members from any potential Payza scams and are happy to verify and answer any questions you may have.


Protecting yourself from any Payza scams is crucial to be able to enjoy your Payza account to the fullest. Payza is always here to protect you from any potential Payza scams. Visit the Payza blog to read more about how to prevent Payza scam.

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