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Anonymous BSC Reveals the 3 Prominent Scams in the Market

Anonymous BSC is a legion of people who have pledged to eliminate the hostile behavior of scammers in the market.

Anonymous BSC is a watchdog unit created by anonymous developers who have no tolerance for scammers and their tasteless frauds. The team keeps their identity hidden to inculcate fear amongst those who have been stealing funds from innocent investors. Their sole mission is to act as a blacklist against these fraudsters and force them out of their hidden dens.

As the digital world is in a boom phase, the opportunities of the crypto world are also on the rise. The scammers are on the lookout for newcomers who only have dime-sized knowledge about the hostile environment and the chiseler activities. The scammers siphon off their money before they even know. Thus, to disseminate awareness amongst the community of investors, Anon team shares the 3 prominent scams that you should be on a lookout for-

1. Fake Mobile Apps

Sure, digital transactions are the ultimate time saviors but many imposters exist in the market, they target investors and trick them into downloading their malicious applications. The applications look legitimate from the interface and facilities and often mimic the prominent ones.

These applications will have all the facilities and purposes of a normal application. They disguise themselves as developers who offer cryptocurrency wallets and steal the funds if you are reckless. The apps usually redirect your payments into the account of fraudsters leaving you unknown of what has happened to your funds. In such scenarios, it is advised to always download applications from official links and websites to ensure your safety.

2. Phishing

Phishing is a common term in the digital world. Even the newcomers are familiar with the meaning of this term. This is a common practice where the people obscure their real identity and impersonate someone else and trick the investors into disclosing personal bank details, contact, address, etc.

They also function within telegram crypto groups. They will trick you into giving your seed words to them subconsciously and then easily access your digital wallet. Even the team of Anonymous BSC had met after filtering through telegram groups.

“We all filtered through many telegram groups until the developers found each other in close, intimate circles and began working towards a common goal. After sharing many experiences with others in getting scammed or taken advantage of, the developers took on the anonymous persona and created the contract and project to provide something that can be used to work as a blacklist or check and balance in an otherwise unregulated space that is rife with scams. “ – Anonymous BSC

3. Fake Websites

Fake websites are a real threat to the security of investors in the digital space. From a perspective, these websites are developed just like the real ones, with good content and interface. However, they are not offering any services in reality.

As soon as you are tricked into buying crypto coins from their website, they go off with your money. To stay away from such scams make sure every URL that you access has a secure lock icon beside it. That ensures the legit nature of the website and gives the green light for transactions.

Anonymous BSC has it out for the scammers and to eliminate their hostile behavior to make the market safer for investors. For more information do check out their website.

 

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