Compromised System Make No Business Nor Individual Immune from Cybercrime- 007

Yes, you got that RIGHT. No business nor individual is immune from cybercrime! The theft of personal data and intellectual property will allow the ability to turn raw data into money-spinning opportunities. Hence, the response to cybercrime boils down to risk management where compromised information and lack of proper infrastructure could cause severe business impact at a greater speed and scale than ever before. How blind are we on this new age attack?


Phishing is the fraudulent attempt to obtain sensitive information or data, such as usernames, passwords and credit card details, by disguising oneself as a trustworthy entity in an electronic communication. -Wikipedia

For instance, phishing emails using Covid-19 themes to deceive the audience and malware attacks used by fraudsters today to mislead the innocent. Taking it as face value, these individuals will fall ambit the trap and only realize that he/she has been duped once the “damage” is done. As such, awareness is key in ensuring one is NOT fooled or victimized. Our team puts the highest precaution on this. Check out an example of a phishing attempt:

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The name was actually the founder of the employee’s company with an urgent subject title for a reply. However, when you check out the email, it is a foreign email that doesn’t belong to the company. Despite the simplicity of “confirming if you’re available”, this is the start of the act of phishing.

In the case of dealing with MoneyMatch, please ensure that the email domain is always from and not or or The phishing email address will look like the original company email address, therefore do make sure that the email address is genuine before accessing and responding to it.


From love to parcel scams, there are many instances where individuals are vulnerable especially on being required to make instant decisions. This is because scammers do not want you to have time to think when providing critical details.

MoneyMatch will never ask you to reveal your username and/or password during a phone call. In addition, beware of bogus emails, or misuse of MoneyMatch name, corporate logo, senior officer’s names and positions. If you were to encounter such scenarios, please immediately send an email to or contact us at +603-2771 6283.

How would you stay safe with MoneyMatch?

  1. Ensure the correct email: (This is not us: or
  2. MoneyMatch would NEVER ask you to reveal your usernames and password
  3. We use end-to-end security and multiple-factor authentication incorporated into payment systems by default
  4. We make every effort to ensure it is really YOU who is performing the transaction
  5. We recommend that you use a strong password – include:
  • Numbers (make sure it’s NOT your birthday)
  • Symbols (examples: @, $, %, &)
  • A mix of both UPPERCASE and lowercase alphabets eg. MoNeYMaTcH

For more information on how to stay safe, check out our support center here.

MoneyMatch is a multi-national financial technology firm focusing on international payments. We pride ourselves in redefining the method and cost for people sending money abroad in making it uncomplicated and transparent with utmost security.