Don't Take the Bait— Educate! Identify Crypto Scams Now.

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Over $1 Billion Stolen Since 2021 Through Crypto Scams:

Fake websites

In order to deceive their victims, scammers may develop phony cryptocurrency trading websites or imitations of legitimate cryptocurrency wallets. These phony websites frequently have domain names that are somewhat similar to those of the real websites they are meant to imitate, and usually result in a “rug pull“. 

Phishing scams

Online wallet information is a common target of cryptocurrency phishing scams. Private keys for crypto wallets, which are needed to access the wallet’s funds, are the target of scammers. They operate in a similar way to previous phishing scams and are associated with the fictitious websites.

Pump & dump Schemes

Through an email blast or social media sites like Twitter, Facebook, or Telegram, con artists will hype up a certain coin or token. Tradesmen hurry to purchase the coins because they don’t want to miss out, which raises the cost.

Fake apps

Scammers frequently use bogus apps that can be downloaded from Google Play and the Apple App Store to deceive cryptocurrency investors. These bogus apps are swiftly identified and taken down, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t having an effect on many bottom lines. Numerous people have downloaded phony cryptocurrency applications.

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