Identify legitimate Polyvore emails

Recognizing internet scams versus legitimate Polyvore emails is key to keeping your information safe. Scammers are always looking for sneaky ways to get your personal info with malicious intent. We want to show you how to recognize legitimate Polyvore emails to keep you safe.
Important - Polyvore will never threaten or send you warnings that something will happen to your account if you don't update it or take a certain action.

Polyvore Emails

  • Viewing from web-based email - Check the sender’s email address and make sure it has an domain.
  • Viewing from 3rd-party apps - The Polyvore 2017-08-23_15-23-01.png icon will appear in Gmail or Yahoo apps. The icon won't show in iOS and Android native mail apps, even if the email is truly from us. Check the sender’s email address and make sure it has an domain.

Best practices

  • Never click suspicious-looking links.
  • Don't respond to unsolicited email requests to send money.
What to watch out for
  • Phishing - an attempt by scammers to pose as a legitimate company or Polyvore employee to steal your personal information, usernames, passwords, or other account information.
  • Having to pay for help - Polyvore support is always free of charge. 
If you think your account has been compromised
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