fifahead Date: Feb/14/14 10:24:16 Views: 1143

With several promotions occurring in FIFA 14 Ultimate Team at this time of year, it’s especially important to keep your account safe.This article will help you keep your FIFA Ultimate Team safer, and avoid falling for some of the scams cheaters use to steal information and compromise accounts.


EA will NEVER ask you for your login information.There are no exceptions to this rule. Even if you receive an email that looks like it’s coming from EA, if it asks for your account information it’s a scam.To help reduce the chance of your account of being compromised or “phished”, it’s always wise to follow these rules:
1).NEVER share your account information publicly.
2).NEVER click links asking for account information or claiming your account has been compromised
3).ALWAYS double check the sign-in web address starts with:
4).ALWAYS make sure the web address does not redirect to a non-EA site

Creating an Origin security question.Setting up an Origin security question gives your FUT account an important extra layer of protection.Make sure you keep your Origin account up to date. To maximize your account security make sure you use a unique password for all the services you use as well.

What is “phishing”?
'Phishing' is the term used when an online scammer attempts to trick someone into giving up valuable information (like your account name and password) by landing on a fake website and entering in your account details.

You receive an email that appears to be from EA concerning a FIFA Ultimate Team promotion. You click on the link in the email, go to what appears to be the FIFA Ultimate Team login page, and enter your account name and password. Two days later you discover all the gold players you’ve worked so hard for have disappeared.Sound familiar? Hopefully not, as the person above was just phished. As the majority of phishing websites look identical to the real thing, most Users don’t even realize they’ve been phished until it’s too late.Wish u guys good luck !