Fraud prevention FAQ and examples
Safello works tirelessly to prevent fraudsters from succeeding. Read more about how Safello works with fraud prevention here.
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How do I stay safe online?
Can I trust Safello?
Finansinspektionen's warning list
Is Safello working with the authorities?
What is Safello doing to prevent fraud?
I just got scammed, what should I do?
Someone told me that they have a partnership with Safello or are working for Safello. Can I believe them?
Do you have any tips to spot a fraud?
If Safello did not exist, would I not have been defrauded?
If you have been a victim of a fraud that is not listed at Safello
False job advertisements
Multi-Level Marketing (MLM), Network Marketing, Pyramid and Ponzi schemes
You are being asked to pay freight costs via PayPal when selling an item on an ad market such Blocket or Facebook Marketplace
Fake Safello pages in social media
You are offered to pay for a driver's license or other documentation with cryptocurrency, based on information that seems to come from the Swedish Transport Agency or another authority
You are contacted by a person who claims to work for or with Safello, who offer you help with recovering lost funds
You are buying a product, a service, a subscription or technology online
You are being contacted regarding the Coronavirus
You are being offered to buy in-game gold or items in World of Warcraft
You are being offered support in trading, recovering money or investment support by a third-party company or an individual
You are buying a product on Instagram
Apartment rental fraud
You are buying or selling a product on Facebook Marketplace / via Messenger
You are buying a product on Blocket
Phishing, smishing and vishing - authorization fraud through social manipulation