Ask yourself the following:
Did someone send me a link, and I clicked on it? Did I have to re-enter my login and password?
- You will never need to click on a link from another user or login elsewhere to access additional features on Plenty of Fish. These fake links are used for stealing your credentials.
Am I using a password that is easy to guess?
- Practice good password security: use a mix of letters, numbers, capitalization, and symbols. The longer the password is, the better.
Do I use the same password on several other sites?
- If you use the same password on several sites or services, then your accounts on all of them have the potential to be taken over if one site has a security breach. Lists including your email address and passwords can be sold to bad actors who will try your password on lots of different sites until they find one that works.
What to do next?
- Reset Password as soon as you can.
- Enter the email address associated with your POF account.
- You will receive an email in your inbox, spam, or junk folder. (if you can’t find the email you can go ahead and start a password reset for your account).
If you log in successfully please check your account to make sure your information is correct and if something isn’t looking right, you can easily edit your profile.
- Contact us
- If you still can’t access your account, send us a Support Request.
- Use the email address associated with the hacked account, and please include the phone number you used to verify your account.
- All information is useful so, It would be awesome if you include your username and the date you last had access to your account.