Bitkub Warns Users of Fraud

It sounds paradoxical, but Thailand’s leading cryptocurrency trading platform, Bitkub Exchange, sent out an email to its members warning them that they were not impersonating Bitkub Exchange.

The Bitkub trading platform has stated in a warning that it does not have a policy to request personal data or create any transactions via Line, SMS, Line Open Chat, using any email address other than that specified on the official website of the platform , support@bitkub.com and no-reply@bitkub.com.

“We do not approach third parties and do not invite customers to invest or participate in any activities such as making deposits in order to receive promised bonuses, and do not own any website other than bitkub.com. If any or such a case is discovered, then there is a high probability that this is a scam”.

We also encourage customers to contact the company’s support team directly for account security advice or request suspension of their account if users witness platform policy inconsistencies or have questions about account access and transactions.

Warning and clarification emails are only sent to users when the Thai regulators are tightening their crypto laws to protect Thai consumers from fraud.

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