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Hi Ricardo, Your Zynga Poker account was accessed from a new location: Philippines. Do NOT authorize play from Philippines. Authorize play from Philippines. If you are not signing into your Facebook account from Philippines, your Facebook account may have been compromised. We recommend immediately changing your Facebook password. Here are some tips to help protect your chips: Zynga will never ask you to enter your Facebook username and password. Check that the URL is www.facebook.com/ when you log in. Don't download applications that claim to enhance our game. Most are designed simply to steal your personal information. Common scams to avoid: Messages to your Facebook inbox claiming to be Zynga employees or represent Zynga. Offers of a bonus or lottery reward asking you to login to claim chips. How the scams steal your chips: These offer links will take you to a fake login page. When you login they will steal your password and your chips. Zynga Poker wants you to have a fun and safe time playing!

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Welcome to Fixya. CA1 means your Zynga Poker account was accessed from a new location

If you are not signing into your Facebook account from a new location, your Facebook account may have been compromised. We recommend immediately changing your Facebook password.

Here are some tips to help protect your chips:

  • Zynga will never ask you to enter your Facebook username and password.
  • Check that the URL is www.facebook.com/ when you log in.
  • Don't download applications that claim to enhance our game. Most are designed simply to steal your personal information.
Common scams to avoid:
  • Messages to your Facebook inbox claiming to be Zynga employees or represent Zynga.
  • Offers of a bonus or lottery reward asking you to login to claim chips.
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Your Zynga Poker account was accessed from a new location: Indonesia.

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If you are not signing into your Facebook account from Indonesia, your Facebook account may have been compromised. We recommend immediately changing your Facebook password.

Here are some tips to help protect your chips:
  • Zynga will never ask you to enter your Facebook username and password.
  • Check that the URL is www.facebook.com/ when you log in.
  • Don't download applications that claim to enhance our game. Most are designed simply to steal your personal information.
Common scams to avoid:
  • Messages to your Facebook inbox claiming to be Zynga employees or represent Zynga.
  • Offers of a bonus or lottery reward asking you to login to claim chips.
How the scams steal your chips:
  • These offer links will take you to a fake login page.
  • When you login they will steal your password and your chips.
Zynga Poker wants you to have a fun and safe time playing!

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