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Scammers Impersonating Binance on Twitter
Binance
2018-02-12 09:35

Scammers are constantly impersonating official Binance Twitter accounts by replying to our tweets, posting their own tweets or even direct messaging Twitter users.

We will never ask you to do anything that seems suspicious, such as deposit your assets into a specific address in return for gifts or a chance to multiply your assets.

You will lose your assets if you do this!

Binance will never ask you to send coins directly to any address for any reason!

Please see below to understand how to identify a Twitter impersonator or scammer.

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You will lose your assets if you deposit into any of the scam addresses below:

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