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Be careful there is a rise in SIMSWAPPING scams.


This can be a simswapping attempt.

How does this work?

If you click on the link they know which telephone number to attack.

Once your Authenticator info got stolen and they do a succesful SIMSWAP, they literally can change a lot of things to get to your funds.

2 months ago an employee of T-mobile in The Netherlands stole a lot crypto via SIMSWAPPING, he could literally access the system because he was working there, but he was dumb enough to leave traces and get caught.

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