I have received a suspicious email. What should I do?

Unfortunately, Credits is occasionally the victim of email scammers who seek to trick our customers into sharing confidential personal details that the scammers can then use to defraud the customers.

Never respond to these emails and do not follow the instructions contained in them. Skrill would never ask you for your full credentials or any sensitive financial data. Don't click on any links or download any attachments!

If you think you’ve received a phishing email, please write to support@credits.com or telegram channel @CreditsSupport and WhatsApp +370 648 19982 and write to the chat.