If you received a suspicious email that appears to be from Just Deals Store but you did not place a recent order, it may be a phishing scam, or your account may have been compromised. “Phishing” means that a fraudster attempts to pose as a brand you trust over email to try to trick you into sharing personal information like your account password or financial details. Just Deals Store will never ask you to submit your password or financial account information over email. If you suspect unauthorized access to your account or a phishing attempt, there are steps you can take to better protect your personal information. If you receive a suspicious email that appears to be from Walmart:
- Don't click any links in the email.
- Check your card statements for any unauthorized charges.
- Delete your saved payment methods.
If you see unauthorized charges on your statement, contact your bank or credit card company immediately to dispute the charges. Your financial institution is always the best place to turn in order to recover those funds. You can also get more info about unrecognized charges or orders.
Read our and for more ways to protect yourself from phishing and malware.