There are many individuals who seek to scam others via social mediums. They most commonly do this by impersonating someone and sharing deals, projects or services that seem too good to be true. As a rule of thumb, if it seems too good to be true, it probably is.
What social impersonators look like:
Scammers often make generic project-based accounts on Telegram, discord, etc, or will create accounts mimicking team members, often using the same image as the real team member’s account. The username will typically be extremely close. To make sure the person you’re talking to is a real team member, ensure that they are identified as an admin of the page. Different social media channels have different ways of differentiating admins, so make sure to look them up if you have any questions.
Also, team members will never personally reach out to you with special offers, requesting payment or any other personal information, or saying they are giving away cryptocurrency, it is probably a scam. Use discretion when replying to any personal messages of an individual you do not personally know, and never click on links from accounts you haven’t verified.
If you have questions or concerns about a message you’ve received or if you believed you’ve identified a scammer on one of our social presences, please contact support.