Avoid Scam Websites | Expose It Like Sherlock!
Hi, Biswappers! Robi is here to warn you about another scam and advise you on protecting your money.
Scammers create fake crypto resources and issue them under the guise of Biswap. In most cases, the websites have similar designs and functions but differ in domain address. Scammers want to steal your money and go unnoticed. But if you will follow simple but essential tips, you won’t become their victim.
#1 Do Your Own Research (DYOR)
The state of your funds in the crypto space depends only on your critical thinking and attentiveness. To avoid becoming a victim of phishing, always analyse and check sources and links yourself, especially regarding your wallets and assets. Pay attention to trust resources such as Biswap, Binance and CoinMarketCap act.
Where can you check the verified information?
Biswap official website: https://biswap.org/
Official Twitter: https://twitter.com/Biswap_DEX
Official Telegram: https://t.me/biswap_news
Official Medium: https://biswap-dex.medium.com/
Official Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100082146264626
Official YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHartwkRUURf2Q7MlKOV84w
Coin Market Cap: https://coinmarketcap.com/community/profile/Biswap_DEX
Biswap Zendesk: https://biswap.zendesk.com/hc/en-us
#2 Ignore Private Messages from Unknown People
Messages with strangers’ invitations to invest in cryptocurrency are often another mailing from scammers. The best option to do in this situation is not to respond to them and block them. If you are still interested in finding out more, then in no case don’t tell strangers personal information, data on private keys, wallet, and don’t transfer funds!
#3 Don’t Rush to Attractive Ads on Social Media
Scammers often use flashy ads on social media, calling for fake events or investments in cryptocurrency. Always check whether the official account uploaded this advertisement and whether something from the advertising banner is written in official sources.
Scam Websites that Impersonate Biswap
So here is what we were talking about. One of the scammers’ websites was made for phishing under the guise of Biswap. It has another letter in the domain address, so always be attentive to the website’s name.
Official website: https://biswap.org/
If you notice suspicious resources related to Biswap:
- Check it out and make sure Biswap didn’t announce it
- Share the URL of that resource with the Biswap team
- Report and block it
Make sure you are going to be more careful about your security in the crypto space.
There are more articles about users’ security in crypto. Forewarned is forearmed!
How to stay safe in the crypto space: https://bit.ly/3zIfhxY
Safety First! Keep Your Assets Protected: https://bit.ly/3tzuQUT
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