Watch out SCAM!

Scammers take advantage of Tinder dating sites to promote scams with fake cryptocurrencies and fake ICO.
Girls often from Asian backgrounds meet up on these sites and then talk about their success in trading and finally invite the victim to a site to make an investment or to help him by making investments with her or her uncle.
The scam can be argued by other fake sites presenting cryptocurrency or ICO but looking more closely we notice that it is not so reliable.

The known SCAM sites are:

The known fake ICO/crytos are:

The numbers or whatsapp used are:

To avoid falling into the TRAP of SCAM ICO, ask yourself the right questions:
  • Is the subject of the white paper real and accessible? Do you understand the subject and its reason?
  • Check to see if the team is real and can be contacted.
  • Is ICO known on well-known cryptography platforms such as
  • Take a look at the email addresses that send you access codes.
  • Do not deposit crypto via Kraken, Coinbase or Binance for ICO.
    A special account must first be created for this, like Jaxx or myEtherWallet.
  • A reliable ICO platform lets you know before you can make a deposit.
  • A coin withdrawal address must already be specified when you register and should not be a Kraken, Binance or Coinbase wallet address.
  • Is there a welcome email after registration? Do newsletters follow regularly?
  • First take a deposit and withdrawal test before transferring a large amount.
  • Be patient, if someone you don’t know encouraged you to invest in a few hours or a day, it’s suspicious.
  • Basically, if you have doubts, they are justified and you should not invest.

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