Attention SHIB Holders: Shiba Inu Issues New Warning – The Crypto Basic

Following the launch of SHEboshi, the DN404 token, the Shiba Inu Ecosystem team issued another important warning as scammers attempt to scam unsuspecting investors.

In today’s X post, Shiba Inu marketing director Lucy warned SHIB owners to be wary of scammers.

No official airdrop

A veteran marketing expert, who usually follows trends within the Shiba Inu community, warned that the team was not running a sustained airdrop campaign.

Apparently, criminals have launched a fake giveaway campaign to defraud unsuspecting Shiba Inu investors.

In particular, Lucie emphasized that all ongoing airdrops within the Shiba Inu ecosystem are traps aimed at stealing users’ assets.

Tips to stay safe

Additionally, prominent marketing leaders shared some safety tips to keep users safe. According to Lucie, Shiba Inu Ecosystem holders of her tokens should always visit her official channels on Telegram and her Discord to check if the reward link posted on X is from the team. is needed.

In the meantime, she shared a link to SHEboshi’s official account on the X platform to keep users updated.

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Her recent warning about fake giveaways within the Shiba Inu ecosystem follows suit. message She shared on X yesterday.

While praising the Shiba Inu’s recent growth, Lucy urged the community to be wary of scams. According to Lucie, it is essential to conduct due diligence before investing in a crypto project that requires users to connect their wallet to the platform.

Shiba Inu identifies possible fraud

The Shiba Inu team consistently issues warnings to protect members of our community and has proven to stay ahead of scammers.

Yesterday, Shibarmy Scam Alerts’ official X account raised concerns about a project with the handle “@thesheboshis.” This project aims to advocate for empowerment and equality for all while SHEboshi claims a partnership with the recently launched Shiba Inu’s His DN404 token.

As expected, Shibarmy Scam Alerts warned Shibarmy community members to be wary of this project posting phishing links targeting unsuspecting SHIB investors.

Scammer activity increases after SHEboshi launches

After the launch of SHEboshi, scammers have increased their activity in the Shiba Inu community. These fraudsters deploy malicious tactics to trick users into clicking phishing links.

Recall that SHEboshi sold out instantly during the second stage of the minting process, leaving many investors missing out. As a result, the scammer issued fake his SHEboshi benefits and preyed on users who were unable to obtain SHEboshi during the minting stage.

Clicking on a phishing link and connecting your wallet to a fake platform to get a gift gives the scammer complete control over your funds.

To avoid getting scammed, we always recommend doing your due diligence before connecting your wallet to the platform.

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