Fake Email Coming from DDFutures.

We just received a notification from DDFutures (reviewed here) indicating that someone has sent out an email announcing a contest of some kind “on their behalf.”  The notification isn’t clear as to what “on behalf of” means.  Is the fake newsletter coming from the DDFutures email address?  Is it coming from another address and, if so, what is it?  This is important information for the investor to know so that he can distinguish “fake news” from the real thing.  Perhaps the point is simply to be cautious when you receive an email indicating it is from DDFutures (or any HYIP you might have invested in!).  Probably the best place to get news is on an HYIP’s official website.  And, if it isn’t clear, make use of the chat feature to get the needed clarification!

Here’s the notification from DDFutures

FAKE EMAIL NEWSLETTER FROM OUR BEHALF

Dear Clients!

Someone made an email newsletter on our behalf about some kind of contest on an imaginary occasion.
Please don’t trust this newsletter – it’s not us.
At the moment we don’t hold any contest.
Please check our updates on our website, official Telegram channel, Facebook and Twitter.
Please do not trust phishing emails and don’t share any information with the third party.

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