1.Common Scams in Cryptocurrency
1）Fake Customer Service Scam
The fraud will pretend to be CoinTR staff contacting users by social media, emails, message for reasons such as de-risking or upgrading their accounts. They usually send links to users followed by voice calls/messages, instructing them to enter their account numbers, fund passwords or other personal information on illegal websites, and then steal their assets.
Beware of strangers who DM you for any reason. If someone recommends a program, asks you to transfer or sign up for unknown software, please be alert to avoid loss of funds or theft of information.
The fraud will attract users withdraw their asset to a platform website by showing off high profit on the website through various groups or forum. The users will get profit on the first period and increase their investment but loss later. However, the users might cannot withdraw their assets on the website in the end.
The results of PNL could be manipulated on the backstage of the gambling website which will stimulate the users continute to bet on it. However, the users might cannot withdraw their assets on the website in the end.
2.How to prevent the risk?
1）Do not send the password, private key, secret phrase and Key store document to anyone no matter how or you might loss your asset!
2）Do not share the screens or send the photos about any information of your financial account details.
3）Do not provide your account details such as passwords to anyone in the name of CoinTR in private.
4）Do not click any unknown links or insecure websites from unofficial channels which might loss you asset by divulging the account and password.
5）Do not trust in any call/message request withdraw to specified address with notification of upgrade or migration.
6）Do not trust in any illegally advertising photo, video or unknown advertising information spread through TG groups.
7）Do not join in any groups promise high return by arbitrage or extremely high APY with stability and security.