There has been an increasing number of fake websites claiming to be associated with Pexpay or have been using the Pexpay branding unauthorized.
Other websites with similar domain names are unrelated to Pexpay and are potential scamming sources pretending to be legitimate trading platforms.
Confirmed fake website reported by users:
These below scammed sites have been reported by our users. Please be aware of this.
How to Identify Fake Websites or Scammers
- Make sure the domain name is the same as the brand name. Some fake websites alter a few letters in the URL to mislead users.
- Scammers would often ask you to deposit or transfer money to an account. Pexpay will never ask you to send money to any address.
- Some users have reported that certain individuals or groups have reached out to them to help them make unrealistically high returns. These are likely scamming activities.
- Never provide any personal information or account details to anyone. Scammers claiming to be Pexpay employees who ask for sensitive information are likely engaging in phishing activities.
How To Avoid Being Scammed
Always do your own research (DYOR) and remain cautious of signs indicating that the transacting party is a scammer.
Never share personal and account details with anyone. Anyone claiming to help you by asking for login details or personal information is likely a scammer.
Please note that Pexpay will never ask you to reveal any sensitive information or send money to any address for any reason. If you suspect that you are chatting with a scammer, please report your case to our customer support immediately via https://support.pexpay.com/hc/en-us/requests/new
Official Pexpay Domains
Users may switch to an alternative domain if they are facing any lagging issues.
Official Pexpay Social Media Communities
- EN: https://t.me/pexpayglobal
- CN: https://t.me/PexpayCN_Community
- RU: https://t.me/PexpayRUCommunity
- KR: https://t.me/pexpayKR
- CIS VIP merchant: private group, invite-only.