Click on Account in the left-side menu or by selecting Account from the drop-down menu under your Profile Image icon in the upper right-hand corner. rapidfatburns rapid fat burns Website

Scroll to Logins. Click Enable Two-Factor Authentication. 


You'll be prompted to enter a phone number that is capable of receiving text messages. Note: a country code is required. 

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 We'll send you an SMS with a confirmation code. Enter that code in the blank field in your Artwork Archive account. 


You can learn more about how to enable two-factor authentication here.


Recognize art scams 

Have you ever received an inquiry about your artwork that seemed a little bit off? Be wary when it comes to new buyers you’ve never interacted with. rock me africa Website savingslaunch 

There are a few tell-tale signs of an art scam. Before replying to an email, check for scam red flags. 


Are there misspellings or strange grammar? Oftentimes a scam is being thrown together without care, you’ll notice sentences that don’t make sense and other errors.


Does the inquiry immediately try to facilitate a sale?


When a genuine, non-scammer, buyer reaches out about your artwork they will likely have questions about the work, about you as an artist, and may want to see more images of the work before even bringing up the details around purchasing your artwork.


A scam message is always trying to create the quickest possible transfer of money or personal information. 

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Is there an unnecessarily complicated story within the message? Sometimes scam messages will bombard you with too much information.


This TMI tactic is intended to either confuse you, elicit some type of emotional response, or to rationalize requests about money orders or refunds in the email.