We do our best to keep you safe, but there are a few things you can do to help:
Review your transaction history regularly – if you think someone used your account, immediately change your password and contact Wallter Customer
Keep your information safe – never share your password or account information with anyone
Use strong passwords – Use a unique and complex password that is different from any other password you use. A good password should be at least 8
characters long, contant uppercase and lowercase letters, numerals, and a special character (I,e, @#&!). Never use your real name or identifying
information in your password.
Upgrade your browser – if you’re using an out-of-date version of your browser, you could be vulnerable to attack. Get the latest and more secure version
from the developer’s website.
Secure your computer – use antivirus software and a firewall to protect your computer from intruders. Never open files from unknown sources. If your
computer isn’t safe, neither is your money.
Don’t use Wallter on public computers – public computers could be jeopardised. Without owning it, you can nevr be sure that a computer is secure. This
includes computers at libraries, hotels, internet cafes, etc.
Use Two Step Authentication – Two Step Authentication is an additional security measure that requires a code from your smartphone to be entered along
with your email and password when logging in. Security experts worldwide recommend Two Step Authentication, and so do we.