New Scam: EOS Account verification

Scam Prevention

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Written by Dario Cesaro
Updated over a week ago

Do NOT follow this instructions if you get a private message from any "official" EOS Account on social media.

In this case, an impersonator uses a fake social media account that looks like the official EOS Microloan account.

They ask for your private key to steal your money.

This is a scam!

Best practices:

  • Never follow any instructions you get via private messages on social media.

  • Never enter your private key on social media or suspicious websites.

  • If you are not 100% sure, you can always ask before clicking on a link!

Check our list of known EOS Scams!

Make sure you are up-to-date with all the ongoing EOS scams! Stay safe.

Author: Dario Cesaro

Editor: Randall Roland

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