I am sorry if anyone received any suspicious messages from me over at Steam.
Please let me know if you have actually. I am curious about it myself.
I now have a community ban on my account with my account having been marked suspicious and potentially compromised. So I cannot post any comments/announcements. I am trying my best to have it restored, and hopefully it won’t take too long.
But in any case, if you received anything, please don’t click on links, etc…
maoski just to confirm, you have checked “in steam” that this is real right?
it’s not like a “moderator” message left on your profile comment or a “support” email you got, i hope ?
^because those are previous phishing attempts that have been used
otherwise i hope you get it sorted soon and things get right
“sigh” Looks like 2020 still has some dirty tricks up its sleeve.
I’ve took a look at @yoshirules link, and it seems someone tried to hack your account for some reason and now you need to tell Steam you own the account.
Have you clicked on something suspicious in or out of Steam? Or accessed any site requiring Steam credentials ? I’m asking this because the same happened to some Youtubers this year, like Zangado, which got hacked after clicking on a PDF from an e-mail which claimed to be from a legit source who’d give him a free Cyberpunk 2077 key for him to review the game after exchanging mails with said source.
Either way I hope you manage to get your account back, and that 2021 be a better year for you.