A few questions:My bitcoin was stolen from my luno account without my permission. They created an API and transferred my bitcoin. I need help to recover back my bitcoin. Luno help !!!!!!!
Report it to SARS. They will help you, promise.
A few questions:
- Did you contact Luno?
- Did you have 2FA enabled on your account?
- Did you perhaps click on some sort of phishing email?
Completely irrelevant, but the caps in the title isn't necessary. Luno is also pretty secure, I've used them for a while. Don't have much, but nothing was stolen from my account.
Huh what, first learn to write sentences before you come here to ask for help. That is really key.Thanks for your concern. Firstly, `I will like to express that major concern is Nobody has my details or access to my device as I am a complete careful person. secondly, I don't have the 2fa on not because I wouldn't but because I think it automatically request me to provide code whenever I want to sign in and also whenever `I want to do any transaction. I know not to click any link or funny looking email I receive so that isn't even something to consider. I am of the opinion that maybe a software has been created that enable this hackers sign into people's luno account , create an API secretly which allows them transfer bitcoin without any stress.
As regards my CAP, any angry customer who just loss money in this time the world is experiencing a major deep in bitcoin will be pained. Hence I'm only airing out my anger and a cry for help as I just got robbed of thousands.
Then don't dabble in risky business.As regards my CAP, any angry customer who just loss money in this time the world is experiencing a major deep in bitcoin will be pained. Hence I'm only airing out my anger and a cry for help as I just got robbed of thousands.
MirageF1, I must express my total disappointment at your response. I went back and read my post and I honestly can't see "Any" sentence aimed at sympathisers, or concerned members of this forum that could provoke you to the extent of sending such harsh comment. Your profile reads you're an "Expert Member" on this platform thus I would have expected you to be more diplomatic about your response and approaches or simply mind your business if you have nothing positive to contribute.Then don't dabble in risky business.
Lesson learnt hopefully.
P.S Maybe use some of those funds you plowed into a dodgy, virtual, well publicised scam to brush up on your grammar skills
Huh what, first learn to write sentences before you come here to ask for help. That is really key.
Secondly, I don't understand your reason behind not enable 2fa even after reading it a few times.
The short end of this story, you refused to enable 2fa then dont cry about losing your coins.
It's really odd that Luno aren't sending authorisation checks to your email/phone number. If that's the case, then you have a reason to be upset with them and should follow up.
However, it's worth mentioning that 2-factor is not just there for phishing. It's also to protect your account in case you use the same email/password on another site that gets hacked or leaks data. So it's always important to activate 2-factor where any money is involved.