Report a Cryptocurrency Scam

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For each blockchain address you provide, please include the Chain (e.g., Bitcoin, Ethereum, or Tron) and an optional label (e.g., "First Address").
Enter any website addresses used by the scammer (e.g.,
Provide the ID(s) of the stolen token(s), if applicable
Provide any known IP addresses the scammer has used.
Provide any contact information you have belonging to the scammer(s). This can include social media handles, email addresses, and telephone numbers.
Provide the monetary amount sent to each address you are reporting, if available.
Provide transaction IDs related to this scam, if available. Please include the Chain (e.g., Bitcoin, Ethereum, or Tron) and an optional label (e.g., "First Transaction ID").
Please describe the case with as many details as possible. Make sure not to include any personal information.
If you want to receive support regarding your case, please share your contact information, including name, email address, and telephone number, as well as when would be a good time to reach you.

Report Crypto Scams

Cryptocurrency, with its innovative technology and growing popularity, has revolutionized the way we think about finance. However, this rapid growth has also given rise to a new set of challenges, primarily in the form of scams and fraudulent activities. At, we are dedicated to combating these threats through our “Report Crypto Scam” service, a vital tool in our collective effort to protect the community and individual investors.

Our service is designed to be a comprehensive platform for victims of cryptocurrency scams. By reporting a scam, you contribute to a larger database of fraudulent activities, which we use to craft anonymized warnings for the broader community. These warnings serve as a powerful tool in educating and alerting others about the tactics and strategies used by scammers, helping to prevent future incidents.

When you report a scam on our platform, we ask for detailed information about the incident. This includes the type of scam (e.g., blackmail, phishing), blockchain addresses involved, URLs used by the scammers, stolen token IDs, and any contact information of the scammer that you may have. We also request transaction hashes and the monetary amount lost, if available. Providing as much detail as possible is crucial in creating accurate and helpful warnings for the community.

Importantly, your privacy is our priority. All reports are handled with the utmost confidentiality. The information you provide is used solely for the purpose of generating anonymized alerts and understanding scam patterns. Personal details are never disclosed in our warnings.

If you request support, our team may reach out to you via the contact information you provide. This step is optional but highly beneficial for those seeking guidance or assistance in the aftermath of a scam. Our support can range from offering advice on next steps to connecting you with resources for recovery.

By participating in the “Report Crypto Scam” service, you are not only taking a step towards your own recovery but also contributing to a safer and more informed crypto community. Together, we can build a more secure environment for cryptocurrency enthusiasts and investors around the globe.

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