CRYPTO SCAMMER STOLE $12,526 FROM MY METAMASK… HACKED!

Joshua Elder

CRYPTO SCAMMER STOLE $12,526 FROM MY METAMASK… HACKED!

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8 thoughts on “CRYPTO SCAMMER STOLE $12,526 FROM MY METAMASK… HACKED!”

  1. sorry this happened to you.. Just a question does projects with 9,999,999 or some random number are potentially dangerous because if you check drip has this number also?

  2. Sorry to hear this mate,, this is crypto phil passive income, I got scam same way last year ,, and one strong rug,, and lost so much…
    Sadly we all learning from the mistakes

  3. Thank you for sharing this. This also reminds us that hardware wallet cannot protect you from giving unintended access to scammer when interacting with dApps.

  4. So you got Scammed not Hacked. Be safe next time who you give access to your wallet and what's that token.. and then afterwards check the token approval checker hash to confirm…

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