Blatant scammers launched a fake Twitter account impersonating the support service NeoLine, the universal wallet for the Neo (NEO) ecosystem. It is utilized by Flamingo Finance (FLM), the first Neo-based decentralized financial protocol (DeFi).
Beware: NeoLine support has no separate Twitter account
According to the statement shared by Flamingo Finance (FLM), its users should be careful when interacting with NeoLine wallet. The account that impersonates its customer support service was disclosed on Twitter.
The account launched by scammers will most likely be used to disseminate phishing links to the clones of crypto-oriented applications. The fraudulent page disclosed by Neo Smart Economy (NEO) participants has been active since the first days of October.
NEO ecosystem reiterates that the only legitimate NeoLine Twitter account is @NEOLine20. Any other social media account that pretends to act on behalf of NeoLine is operated by scammers.
The NeoLine team asked users of social media platforms to report other suspicious pages to them or to the Twitter diligence service directly.
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