In July, Ledger suffered a major data breach, and a huge amount of information had leaked. Attackers get one million email addresses of the email list subscribers, and more than 270 thousand customer’s, buyers’ personal data. Including name, address, and phone number. But the company said they can’t compensate them, because the company is too small, and this situation, with one million users on the other side, could kill it for good.
After a hack like this, users often get phishing emails, with fake links. Many experts, actually all the experts said before, in cryptosphere, emails, any emails are suspicious. We must double-check the sender, and the information too. Or better ask the alleged senders’ official customer service about the email first. And never click to links. Never.