amara Better raise a ticket to eToro's website on why they are asking again for your verification.
eToro's official emails are always sent via these email addresses:
If you receive an email from a different domain name (etoro.com) then it's definitely not from eToro so be sure to check the address of the sender. In addition, some phishing scams use fake email addresses like these so they can trick your eyes that it's legit. Here are some samples:
- info @ etoro123.com
- etoro @ anydomain.com
- mailer @ info.et0ro.com - see how they changed the O with the number 0?