Beware Of Scammers Impersonating Klever

We at Klever have been made aware of an attempt by scammers to impersonate our Klever Substack page. Please ignore these emails and we are coordinating with Substack to solve the problem.

We have been made aware of scammers attempts to impersonate Klever via two emails sent to some of Klever Substack’s subscribers on January 19. Please ignore the content of these emails.

We are in contact with and coordinating together with Substack Inc. to understand the scope of the scam attempt and how to mitigate its impact.

Moving forward, please make sure to only tune in to messages, email and posts sent from the official channels of Klever listed below:

Klever Substack: https://klever.substack.com

Homepage: https://klever.io

Twitter: https://twitter.com/klever_io

Telegram Official Channel: https://t.me/Klever_io

Telegram Klever News: https://t.me/Klever_News

Instagram: https://instagram.com/klever.io (@klever.io)

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/klever.io

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/klever-app

Medium: https://kleverio.medium.com

Please report any scammers’ attempt to impersonate Klever or scam our users on any and all platforms whenever you come across such attempts.

Sincerely,

Klever.io Team

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