At dglonet we try our best to provide a number of safety measures to protect users on our website from fraudulent actors, however; it might not be possible to guarantee one hundred percent (100%) online protection. We want to help ensure that users have a safe and secure experience on this platform. For this reasons we advise all users to take responsibility and be responsible with their actions on our website. In order to protect the security of your account, it’s important to be able to recognize phishing attempts and spoof sites. Phishing is a term used when fraudulent actors try to gain access to personal account logins. Spoofs are websites or emails that attempt to mimic a particular company or trusted organisation in order to trick users into providing their information. Most phishing attempts come in the form of spoof sites or emails.

Phishing Attempt:
Phishing scams are fraudulent attempts to obtain sensitive information by disguising as a trustworthy entity. They will usually try to mimic real companies. In most cases they will use the same logos and similar email addresses, to make the scam appear more realistic. Please learn to spot phishing when you are dealing with the users or organisation on our website.

Some of the signs to watch out for:
In an attempt to get users to act quickly, fraudsters often start messages with urgent claims such as ‘Your Account has been disabled. Change your password now to regain access or it will be deleted.’ These can also be positive statements, such as ‘You’ve qualified for a discount! Confirm your account information now to receive free features!’ If you receive a phishing attempt; don’t open any links, download any attachments, or provide any of your information. 

Asking for confidential Information:
In order to gain access to your accounts, fraudsters will ask for passwords, bank accounts, or credit card information. DGLONET will never request this type of personal account information over email. We will never send password reset emails unless you’ve specifically requested one through the ‘Forgot your password?’ button on the DGLONET login page and the url should look like this ( and when entering your password to assess your account on our website, double check the URL of the page. It should read as If you don’t see the S in https://, Or if there is anything between (HTTPS://DGLONET.COM) and the first forward, please don’t click. Many browsers also have a secure connection symbol that will appear next to the URL as a small lock icon. Here’s what a secure URL looks like in Firefox browser or Google chrome:

Post videos safely:
When posting videos, please ensure that you have the necessary rights to upload the content. Please review and edit the videos for any inappropriate or sensitive information before posting.

Write blogs carefully:
When writing blogs, we encourage you to be mindful of the information you share. Sensitive personal information, such as your address or financial details, should not be included.

Overall, it's important for users of this website to stay vigilant and follow best practices for cyber security safety when using

PayPal payment:
PayPal is a great tool for sending and receiving money online when used cautiously. When accepting a PayPal payment, always double check that the payment has actually been deposited into your account. PayPal payment confirmation emails can be faked, so make sure to check independently of the email (without using any links). If the payment confirmation email claims the payment won’t appear in your account for any reason, contact PayPal directly through their website, not the email, before proceeding. PayPal has some protections in place to help both buyers and sellers, but these protections don’t extend to all PayPal transactions. We do not recommend using PayPal’s Friends and Family payment option, as this skips their internal security and doesn’t offer protection.
If you’re ever not sure about a PayPal transfer, you can contact PayPal directly for help verifying it. Learn more about fake PayPal emails.
When selling, be sure to check your account after you’ve received the PayPal confirmation email. Don’t give the buyer the item until after the money has been fully deposited. If for any reason the money is on hold, it should show as on hold in your account. PayPal can occasionally hold funds if it’s a larger amount, but they never hold funds on the condition that you confirm shipping or that you pay into another account first. If you receive an email that appears to be from PayPal mentioning these, don’t respond any further.

If you receive an email that looks like it’s from PayPal, but it tells you to follow up by replying directly through the email instead of on their website, be cautious.
Have you received a PayPal email that you’re not sure about? Contact PayPal to confirm.

If anything isn’t sitting right with you, don’t be afraid to walk away. You are not obligated to follow through with a transaction even if you’ve already agreed to a price.