Scam Report

Fake Giveaway
One of the most popular and effective type of scams in which the scammer promises to return multiple times the amount of cryptocurrency the victims sends to them. Giveaways scammers will pretend to be a famous person or to represent a trusted company in order to gain the victim's trust and are mostly active on Youtube, Telegram and Twitter.
Address 1Fh94pyZEmzRcxm2J36QF85xJmoW842A7m1Fh94pyZEmzR...5xJmoW842A7m1Fh94...42A7m
Websites
btcsaylor.io
bitcoinsaylor.com
Comments A pretty unremarkable fake Michael Saylor Giveaway aside from its success
Lifetime Earnings $648,533 (19 payments, average $34,133 USD)
Active December 2021
Status Confirmed Scam
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