How do I know if an email is from ManoMano?
It's important to verify the integrity of emails, especially when it comes to protecting yourself from phishing attempts and other threats to sensitive information.
Here are some key tips for identifying a suspicious email:
- ManoMano will never ask for your personal details by email. These details include the following:
- Payment details (credit card number, debit card number, etc.)
- Account password
- National Insurance number of tax identification number
- ManoMano will never request payments via a third party (for example, Western Union) or promise a cash reward via email.
- ManoMano will never ask you to download a file from its emails.
Spammers and phishers can only get information about you if you share it.
What should I do if I receive a suspicious email?
First of all: don't reply to suspicious emails and don't click on any links or download any files attached to the email.
Next, do the following:
- Transfer the entire email to firstname.lastname@example.org
You may add a comment or question, but make sure you don't change the subject or content of the email.
- Delete the suspicious email from your inbox.
Our team will review the email and take the necessary actions.