Reddit Removes Fake Trezor Ads Soliciting Orders

Reddit Removes Fake Trezor Ads Soliciting Orders

Reddit has removed ads impersonating the Trezor shop, the most recent incident of fake bitcoin websites that scam users. Trezor advertises its bitcoin wallet as a secure home for bitcoin, but that does not prevent scammers from capitalizing on its name for malicious purposes. The Reddit administrators removed the ads more than 12 hours ago, according to a Reddit post. Reddit readers who notice malicious ads are encouraged to email Reddit at /r/r/reddit.com. Reddit Users Sent To Fake Site. Reddit users were directed to a cloned version of the Trezor site, according to The Merkle. Any order....


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