Verification: Scam & Impersonation Warnings
The Kwak Brothers and its companies want to ensure all visitors, customers, clients, and students feel safe when interacting with us. Therefore, we want to make sure you are informed of possible impersonations, scams, and fake accounts that may contain likeness, images, logos, and/or branding that belong to the Kwak Brothers.
Here are tale-tell signs whether an account, a message, an email, or a text message is actually from the Kwak Brothers.
WHAT WE DO NOT SELL AND PROMOTE:
1.) Courses, programs, coaching, or platforms for Cryptocurrency (Bitcoin, Ethereum) trading or investing.
2.) Courses, programs, coaching, or platforms for stock trading or investing.
4.) Courses, Programs, Coaching, or platforms for NFT (Non-Fungible Tokens) investments.
5.) Offers for Gold, Silver, or Precious Metal Investments
WE DO NOT SEND YOU MESSAGES FROM:
1.) WhatsApp or any foreign telephone numbers.
2.) Instagram, TikTok, or Twitter Accounts.
BE VERY CAUTIOUS WHEN:
- You receive an email claiming that they represent the Kwak Brothers but their email address does not end in: “thekwakbrothers.com” “acceleratedbanking.com” “firstdealmentor.com”, ALSO! Double check for spelling errors or the suffix to the web domain (.com).
- You receive an invitation to call a phone number on YouTube comments, Instagram or Facebook comment section.
- You’re asked to send money through Moneygram, Crypto Wallet, Cash App, venmo, Zelle, or Western Union, purchase gift cards, or send photos of your credit/debit card, or gift card numbers.
- You’re asked to send any sensitive or private information via email or messengers.
- The person you’re talking is endorsing another organization or individual using the Kwak Brothers’ names.
Sadly, there are numerous fake accounts and impersonators using our name and images to solicit you to a scam or malicious websites. If you have any questions to verify whether you’re talking to a real representative of the Kwak Brothers, send an email to le***@th*************.com