Another OMG airdrop phishing mail attempt; do not fall for it

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Adriaan Admin

Staff member
Jan 30, 2018
If you are new to the crypto space, you may not be aware, but since the longest time scammers are repeatedly trying a phishing scam under the name of an OmiseGo airdrop to try to get user's private keys of their Ethereum wallets. Do not fall for it! By default: OmiseGo + airdrop mail = phishing scam!!

The mail looks like this:
OMG phishing scam.jpg

They want to "bind your wallet" so you can "claim your tokens" which usually means that you need to enter your private keys (DON'T EVER DO THIS!!!) upon which the scammers can just drain your wallet!