WARNING: Be Careful of Stably Impersonators + Scammers List

Kory Hoang
Aug 7, 2019 · 1 min read

It has come to our attention that there are scammers on various social media channels such as Facebook and Telegram impersonating Stably team members and asking people to send them USDS and/or other cryptocurrency.

As a reminder, please DO NOT share any personal information and wallet address nor send any funds to these scammers.

Stably will NEVER give out any free airdrop and we will NEVER ask you to send funds to us for any promotion.

For all latest official announcements from Team Stably, please visit our website at stably.io, our blog at medium.com/stably-blog, and our Twitter channel at @StablyCoin. To contact us directly, email info@stably.io or join our official Telegram channel at t.me/stablycommunity.

If you have encountered and/or know anything about these scams, please feel free to contact us. We will immediately investigate and take all necessary actions, including reporting the scammers to the relevant authorities as well as attempting to shut down the scam ourselves.

Below are a list of ACTIVE scam channels on social media that we have discovered and reported. We will continue to discover and report more scams here to help the public be aware and avoid them.

Updated: August 7, 2019

  • t.me/USDSalerts (Telegram)
  • @USDSairdropbot (Telegram)

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