The recent Twitter bitcoin scam is the visible part of the iceberg. More dangerous than emails, social networks give the feeling you can trust your interlocutors because you can consult their profile and check if you have joint contacts. This story explains how SafePost (https://safepost.com) can help you to foil email and social network scams.
I received a couple of days ago an invitation on LinkedIn from a guy claiming to work for CoinTelegraph. I saw we had some joint contacts and I accepted his invitation.
He said he was impressed with the effort of my team and offered “to market and promote SafePost”. He proposed to write and publish a promotional article about my project. He asked $2,500 for this job.
Some joint contacts, an interesting proposal and good prospects: all the ingredients were there to conclude a deal. Not so sure!
The guy made a mistake: he registered on SafePost and invited me to join his contact list. I accepted his invitation and asked him to pass the KYC process to be sure about his identity. He never went further for a good reason: the LinkedIn profile he gave me was a fake!
SafePost may help you in your daily and business life to stop spam, phishing emails, spyware ransomware and avoid scams.
To make it possible, SafePost doesn’t use the old traditional email technology. SafePost uses an end-to-end encrypted message and document exchange system based on opensource technology. So, no more entry point for spam, phishing emails, spyware, ransomware and no possibility for hackers to decrypt your messages.
SafePost proposes a KYC GDPR compliant service powered by IDCheck to ward off fraudsters. This solution is notably used by European banks.
In other words, it won't be possible for a scammer to contact you with a false identity!
Your security will be increased if you enable the Double Factor Authentication Process (2FA) offered by SafePost.
You can test now SafePost for free by registering at https://safepost.com. Download for free the App for Smartphones and Tablets on Google Play (Android) and iOS (Apple).
A Windows and macOS version will be available in September 2020 with enhanced functions.
SafePost is monetized with “STAMP”-tokens you can buy on the P2Pb2B crypto exchange at https://p2pb2b.io/trade/STAMP_ETH. STAMP tokens will be also listed on the BELDEX crypto exchange on August 1st.
You can download the white paper document of SafePost at https://www.safepost.com/IEO/SAFEPOST-whitepaper.pdf.