They clicked on the Habbo sign in the top left hand corner and it located them to a suspected phishing site. This phishing site then logged onto their Habbo account, and a few Habbo users experienced this problem. Many Habbo members were very curious so they reported it, and the moderators gave them a brutal reply.
Just recently though – which may be better news. Details were leaked that, they have now taken the help tool down, because of the incident earlier – taking people to a phishing site.
It would be recommended to not use the Habbo Help Tool (if it does come up), as your Habbo account could become accessed or hacked by somebody else. The lengths that people go to do hack you is unexplainable, so please keep your Habbos safe – and keep away from or report anything that looks suspicious.
What do you think of this recent news? Remember to keep yourself safe!
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