Please beware of any fake game masters or mods that offer free items or D-Coins and ask for your password, or fake websites that ask you to enter your password for free items or D-Coins or any fake emails send to you offering you free items or game services.
You can only get free items and D-Coins from our official events announced in our official Special Force: Philippines Chapter website here:
If a website is different from the above url, it is fake.
If a website is only one letter different, it is fake.
If a website wants to give you free items and D-Coins even though it is not an official event, it is fake.
If a website wants you to type in your password for free items and D-Coins, it is fake.
Game Masters will not give you free items and D-Coins without an event.
If he offers you free items and D-Coins, he is fake.
If he asks for your password, he is fake.
If he is not in the Facebook "Likes" and "Page Owners", he is fake.
Game Masters and our Support staff will only contact you using emails from firstname.lastname@example.org.
If the emai received is not from email@example.com, it is a fake.
If the email requests for your account details and password, it is a fake.
If the email requests you to change your contact details to something else, it is a fake.
If the email request you to login to another website, it is a fake.
If you see "firstname.lastname@example.org" <some other email>, it is fake.
How to know if a website is fake?
The url must be exactly this:
How to know if a GM is fake?
Ask him to kick you from server.
Ask him to mute you, and unmute you.
Ask him to change his rank now.
How to know if a Facebook GM and Mod is fake?
Check http://www.facebook.com/dfipsf and search "Likes" and "Page Owners". If he is not inside, he is fake.
How to know if an email is fake?
The email address in the "To:" must be email@example.com
If it is even slightly different, it is fake.
If you see "firstname.lastname@example.org" <some other email>, it is fake. The scammer is trying tot rick you into sending to a different email.
If you cannot remember, or if you are not sure, always remember this one very simple rule:
Do not give your password to anyone