So I was just sitting in front of my computer wondering what it would take for someone to “hack” your account then proceed to withdraw your money.
Knowing your password – Well for this someone could use a keylogger but any decent anti virus automatically detects it.
Lets assume they already got your password. Now they need to click on withdraw then also magically know your email you withdraw with and the password. The email I use to log into fiverr is different from my paypal email.
Lets assume they know all my email passwords. Well then gmail would ask them to verify their identity since they are trying to access in a different computer or phone. To verify the identity they would need to have my phone number and my phone and my security key question and answer.
OK. Well what if they change the email associated with fiverr? Then they would have to verify it through the email verification sent to my email address that they can’t login because they don’t have me.
Bottom line is that the people who claim that their accounts have been hacked and all the money withdrawn to a different account are somewhat lying. Their accounts most likely were milked dry by someone a family member who has access to all of their info.