Recently, some users were scammed out of their items while depositing by accepting an offer from a scammer. As such, VPGAME is introducing an update on the deposit system in order to prevent such incidents from happening again.
The registration date of our BOT will be displayed after an trade offer is sent. It’s relatively harder to forge a scam account with the exact same registration date. As such, it’d be a much more reliable way to examine identity of the BOT.
Please click 'Process Now' on the Inventory page when you deposit. By doing so, the offer that you accept will definitely be from our VPGAME's bot which will prevent you from being scammed by the duplicated offer sent by scammers.
When you respond the trade offer on Steam, please check the registration date carefully and make sure it matches the BOT info displayed on the VPGAME inventory page. If the registration date does not match, please end the trade immediately.
1.VPGAME bot WILL NEVER send you a friend request. Please do not accept any friend request from strangers and do not use your Steam account to log in to websites with potential safety issues.
2.If you find any suspicious activity on your account. Please change your Steam password and reset your Steam Trade URL, API key (https://steamcommunity.com/dev/apikey), etc.
Common phishing scams:
Scammers would usually impersonate as a trade bot or VPGAME official steam account to send you a friend request. They will then send you a phishing link and tell you to claim items on the website. Once you login to this website via Steam. The scammer will get your Steam Api_key which gives them the access to manipulate the trade offer and scam your items.