How to Protect Yourself from Scams
Scams have unfortunately made an impact on our community. It's important to stay alert and protect yourself and your non-refundable crypto assets from scammers.
Never, ever, ever share your seed phrase or account password.
Do not trust anyone online. It is trivial for them to lie and change their identities.
If you are scammed, there is likely nothing that can be done to recover your funds. If a scammer gets a hold of your seed phrase, they can transfer all of your funds to their account in seconds. It is better to be safe than to risk all of your tokens.
If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. People, especially celebrities, do not give away crypto for free. Even if they wanted to, they could just ask for your address as opposed to having you send them tokens.
Scams are absolutely rife in this space. It is easy and cheap to set a scam up, and hard to shut one down. Therefore, the onus is on the user to be as diligent as possible in avoiding them.
If you can, try to always verify new information that you see with an official source. Often scammers will fake a website or a blog post, but if you check it against a secondary source you will reduce the chances of being scammed.
Admins will never contact you directly
Our team members will never personally message you. Our social media accounts are posted on our website and any new social media accounts will be announced by our team. We will never offer to sell you AFT at a discount, air-drop "rewards", or message you privately to help with a problem you posted publicly.