I use trezor suite desktop version.
I sent 0.1 test eth to my Binance address. When it successfully arrived I copied the address of the Sent ETH (selected on the img), which appeared to be a poisoned address, but somehow it appeared in the UI. Then I transferred 7.4 eth to the scam address.
So my question is Trezor responsible for showing some bull shit addresses in my wallet, cause it never happens with other crypto wallets.
I am quite sure that I should have double-checked the transaction, but I copied the last outgoing transaction of mine which by default should be correct.
Trezor support told me they are fixing the issue, but funds are lost. Be carefull guys…