Phising is a criminal activity that uses various techniques to manipulate victims into actions or omissions or to disclose confidential information that they would not otherwise normally provide.
Phishing E-mails may appear to have been sent from a secure/trusted source but are in fact designed to mislead the recipient into revealing information about them (sensitive or not) or lead him/her to a fraudulent website by clicking a link contained in the phishing E-Mail where an attempt will also be made to obtain his/her information and / or to infect his/her computer with malware.
Detection of phishing effects can be facilitated by using a Web browser that has a phishing filter.
Figame.com uses your email address if you provide it. Does not purchase or obtain email addresses from third parties. Figame.com may receive your email address from a third party if you have consented to it.
Figame.com will contact you ONLYfrom the following email addresses:
Figame.com will contact you ONLY from the following telephone number:
+30 215 2159306
Figame.com does not purchase or acquire telephone numbers from third parties. It may receive your phone number from a third party if and when you have consented to it.
Figame.com will NOT contact you with bulk sms, to which you will be asked to respond with a specific additional charge from your provider.
Figame.com will NEVER ask you for your debit or credit card PIN when contacting us for payment or booking tickets, accommodation or car rental.
Figame.com will NEVER start a communication requesting that you proceed to disclose it via E-Mail or by phone of your username & password for the account you maintain on the figame.gr website.
In case you notice an attempt to make phishing using Figame.com insignia, name, mark, etc. please inform us immediately by sending a relevant E-Mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, while also forwarding the relevant phishingE-Mail or any other relevant information.
Indications that an E-Mail may be a phishing attempt are the following:
- E-Mail contains obvious spelling mistakes. Phishing scammers often follow this tactic intentionally to avoid activating spam filters used by many ISPs.
- Links are used to a website that contains all or part of the real name and / or email address of the legal or natural person who wants to own. However the link itself is not the same as that of the actual website of that natural or legal person.