Your vigilance matters!
Dave will never ask you for your full social security number (SSN), text message (SMS) or email verification codes, passwords, or PIN outside of the Dave app.
Be cautious if you receive unsolicited emails, phone calls or social media messages prompting you to take action or share sensitive information. If something seems off, trust your instincts and report any suspicious activity to our support team immediately.
Be wary of social engineering tactics. Do not share login credentials, password or verifications codes, even if someone claims to be from Dave or our support team.
All Dave communication will come from @dave.com email address and contain the “Dave” header and footer, along with our disclosures at the bottom.
Here are some helpful tips to protect your account:
Beware of scams and phishing attempts
If something sounds too good to be true, it likely is. Dave will never ask for your login information or ask you to login to any website.
Scammers will often entice you into clicking a link on a premise of false winnings and promises of money; avoid opening any links you receive via email or text message (SMS). Dave will never send you these.
We may occasionally email you about updates or promotions, which will come from a @dave.com email.
Keep an eye out for social media scams
Imposters will often take our branding and Dave bear images to impersonate us.
Dave’s official social media accounts are:
• X (formerly Twitter): @davebanking
• Facebook: facebook.com/thedaveapp
• Instagram: thedaveapp
We will never initiate a private message over social media accounts. Be sure to report any impersonators in the social media app.