Phishing scams have unfortunately become part of life on the Internet. These scammers may try to pose as BitGo, and we have seen instances where phishers create Google ads and websites that are intended to trick you into believing that they are BitGo.
We at BitGo are vigilant when it comes to identifying phishing attacks that attempt to trick users into revealing passwords or identity information. If you find a site that is attempting to impersonate us, please contact us via http://www.bitgo.com/support.
Here are a few steps you can take to protect yourself (and your company) from phishing scams and malware:
If you receive a suspicious looking email or see a suspicious looking link to a website from someone who represents themselves as an agent of BitGo, we recommend that you contact us at https://www.bitgo.com/support — we will be happy to verify whether or not the email or website link can be trusted.
Additionally, please refer to our Security Best Practices for maximizing the security of your BitGo wallets and accounts, which can be found here: https://www.bitgo.com/resources/bitgo-developer-portal-security-best-practices-page
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