This is Dable, your personalized content recommendation platform.
Please be aware of phishing emails with the title of ‘Account deactivation requests’ posing as Dable that have been recently circulating.
Body of phishing email
This is an image of phishing mail with the title of ‘Notification of Email Inactivation Request’.
When the user who receives this phishing email clicks “Yes, it was me” or “No, it wasn’t me”, the redirect URL will link the user to the login page of an external scam website posing as Dable.
When the user enters account information in the scam website, the exposed information is sent directly to the attacker’s server.
Login page of scam website
Then, how can you recognize a phishing email?
Double-check the ‘Sender’
Official emails sent by Dable will only be sent with email addresses ending with @dable.io and/or email addresses in the Contact list below.
Please check again before clicking on any link in the email!
Check for typos or grammar errors within the email!
If you read carefully through the email, sentences generally sound very unnatural as if they were using a translator and there are typos and grammar errors everywhere.
Again, we’d like to stress that Dable has absolutely no involvement with these fraudulent practices and email solicitations. However, if you do receive any suspicious communications from anyone posing as a Dable representative, no matter how small, please take the following actions.
Contact a Dable representative immediately;
Do not respond or communicate with the sender;
Do not provide the sender with any personal information;
Avoid clicking on any links or downloading files attached to the email.