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No BONE Airdrops: Shiba Inu (SHIB) Community Gets Critical Alert

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Fri, 19/04/2024 - 14:22
No BONE Airdrops: Shiba Inu (SHIB) Community Gets Critical Alert
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The Shiba Inu community is on high alert as reports of phishing emails pushing fake Bone airdrops have surfaced.

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Phishing emails, a common tactic employed by cybercriminals to trick individuals into revealing sensitive information or transferring funds, have targeted SHIB holders under the guise of Bone airdrops. 

These emails are designed to appear legitimate, often mimicking the branding and communication style of official Shiba Inu announcements. However, they contain links to fraudulent websites that aim to steal personal information or digital assets. Once the recipient takes the bait and falls victim to the scam, their assets may be compromised, leading to potential financial losses and security risks. 

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ShibArmy Scam Alerts, a handle dedicated to uncovering scams and protecting the Shiba Inu community, has alerted the SHIB community to such phishing emails circulating presently, attempting to deceive holders with promises of fake bone airdrops. It flags one such scam and asks Shiba Inu holders not to fall for such emails and instead delete them. They should not click on any link or images in the email, as it sends victims to a fake website intended to steal their assets. 

The scam email, which contained the SHIB branding, said that recipients were eligible for a BONE airdrop, which could be claimed by clicking on a link while asking victims to perform a verification. 

"Shibarmy, if you receive an email like this one, don't fall for it; it's not official, and it's a scam. There are no BONE airdrops. Delete the email message; don't click on the link/picture. It sends the victims to a fake website intended to steal the wallets. Stay safe," ShibArmy Scam Alerts wrote. 

This concerning development underscores the need for heightened vigilance and caution among SHIB investors to protect themselves from falling victim to fraudulent schemes.

The Shiba Inu community is reminded that there are no BONE airdrops, nor are there any airdrops for SHIB, LEASH or Shiboshis — the tokens and NFTs linked with the Shiba Inu ecosystem.

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