i just opened connected my trezor suite after a few months on a new pc and found something in my ERC 20 Tokens.
There is this “visit to claim rewards”.
it is quite obviously that this is a scam.
I followed the address (of course different setting, VPN and everything) to check, the site is really the f*cking same as .
it even displays the name but he URL says (must been forwarded).
There is also this big explanation why they are airdropping and you can claim and bla bla.

But here is my question – how can this shit come up at my trezor? i'm sorry maybe i'm overseeing something, the situation was very stressfull and also the whole day, but at this moment i'm simply not getting it? did somebody follow up every transaction on the blockchain and then send me this bs on ETH contract? and now it's displayed like that? if so, how can i delete it?
Thank you guys

3 thoughts on “Scammed?”

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  2. Sounds like a routine dusting attack or airdrop scam. In either case, the security of your wallet and your assets was not compromised (someone may just know your address is an active address because they analyzed the blockchain). As long as you don’t interact with those assets or try to trade them, there is no risk to you. All Trezor did was notice that something was sent to your address (your ethereum address is also used by your wallet for erc-20 tokens, so if you transact in that cryptosphere your address is out there).

  3. That is just a ERC20 token. Anyone can create that and send it to anyone. In your case they saw on chain that your address interacted with Fetch and used that information to do a more targeted phishing attempt.

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