Beware of imposters

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AirdropAlert Newsletter Week 11

Unfortunately the cryptocommunity is not without scam attempts. There is an imposter claiming to be AirdropAlert inviting you to apply for Swiss Alps Airdrop, as shown in the image below. Beware of such attempts of phishing, never share your private key. Applications for Exclusive Airdrops are always from our website:, if the link is different from this then it is not AirdropAlert! Our e-mail address is


Special thanks to Mr. Юрий for informing us via


Another case where imposters attempt to steal your private key is shown in the image below. Our Twitter username is “Airdropalertcom“, if the Twitter profile you are visiting has a different username, then it is not AirdropAlert! There are multiple Twitter accounts pretending to be AirdropAlert.


We do not have an ETH give-away:

Another example where eventcoinweur(dotorg) imitated AirdropAlert and asked for your wallet access information.

The Twitter profile @WavesPlaform (the T is missing!) is connected to eventcoinweur, as shown in the tweet below:


Make sure to inspect the links when you click them, never give anyone your private key / seed phrase.

If you have questions, do not hesitate to contact us at


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5 Replies to “Beware of imposters”

  1. Wow that was strange. I just wrote an extremely long comment but after I clicked submit my comment didn’t appear. Grrrr… well I’m not writing all that over again. Regardless, just wanted to say great blog!

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