Can anyone explain this $10,000 that appeared in my “Activity”?

The $10,000 doesn’t show in my wallet, but it shows in my activity. Is my wallet compromised by a scammer?

9 thoughts on “Can anyone explain this $10,000 that appeared in my “Activity”?”

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  2. Just for clarity, it looks like the scammers sent you an NFT with the title “$10,000 USDT”

  3. What sucks about those is though you can report them as much as you’d like, followed by deleting the message, hundreds more follow in its place making those steps seem completely useless.

  4. I received like 10 of these. It is a SCAM coupon to approve a transaction to “receive 10k USDT”. I didn’t interact with it. So I am not sure how it works, but it’s a scam.

    Just ask yourself why someone wants to give you 10k for free and then you know it is a scam.

  5. it’s a scam nft. Ignore it. Don’t follow the link provided in the nft (it wants you to Connect youre wallet to a scam Site and drains funds once you sign a transaction).

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