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Anti-phising policy

Phishing is a criminal activity that utilizes various techniques to manipulate victims into taking actions or revealing confidential information they would not otherwise provide under normal circumstances.

Phishing emails may appear to have been sent from a secure/trustworthy source, but they are actually crafted in a way to deceive the recipient into disclosing personal information (sensitive or not) or lead them to a fraudulent website by clicking on a link contained in the phishing email, where attempts to acquire their information or infect their computer with malicious software may occur.

The detection of phishing attempts can be facilitated by using a web browser that has a phishing filter.

Contacting will use your email address if you provide it to them. They do not purchase or acquire email addresses from third parties. may receive your email address from a third party if you have consented to it. will use your email to communicate with you after you provide your email address to gain access to the site’s electronic services. When you communicate with via email, you enable them to use your email address as a means of communication with you. will ONLY communicate with you from the following email addresses: may contact you by phone during their operations if you provide a relevant contact number. will ONLY communicate with you using the following telephone number:

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Phishing Attempt

If you suspect a phishing attempt using distinctive features, name, logo, etc., of, please inform us immediately by sending an email to, forwarding the relevant phishing email or any other related information.

Indications that an email may be a phishing attempt include the following:

  • The email contains obvious spelling errors. Phishers often intentionally use this tactic to avoid triggering spam filters used by many internet service providers.
  • Links are provided to a website that contains all or part of the real name and/or email address of the legal or natural person they want to impersonate. However, the link itself is different from the genuine website of that legal or natural person.