We have received many reports recently regarding fraudulent uses of Bincentive's assets and materials. Here are some common scams. If you have any questions, please confirm with Bincentive's official customer service.
Scam #1 - Invitation to participate in activities and info sessions
This involves an unofficial invitation to an online/offline event hosted by Bincentive and prompts for venue fees, lecture fees, or other expenses that are either unnecessary or involving a criminal third party.
Scam #2 - Asking you to deposit funds into an unknown exchange
In the name of the company employee, the scammer introduces Bincentive's products and asks you to deposit crypto assets into a designated exchange. When you look to withdraw, you will be asked to pay additional fees for assets that are "frozen" or unavailable.
Scam #3 - Website and community scams
This involves copying assets from our official website pages and using fake social media accounts such as FB, Line, Telegram, etc. to promote products and scams that are not under Bincentive.
Please recognize that the following official Bincentive pages and social media accounts:
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Bincentive has reported to the police for the above fraudulent use and violations of the company's intellectual property rights and goodwill. Please verify the authenticity of the information you receive and contact our company at any time to avoid being scammed.