A reminder to please remain vigilant to avoid fraudsters targeting the Fetch.ai community
Feb 4, 2019
The team at Fetch.AI would like to thank the entire community for your interest in the Fetch.AI token. We’ve had an overwhelming level of interest since making our announcement on 1 February. Since the news was released it’s become apparent that there are numerous bad actors targeting the community with a range of different scams.
Regrettably, we have seen examples of fraudulent Telegram groups being created that promise people giveaways of ETH or present fraudulent opportunities to buy Fetch.AI tokens. Some individuals are targeting users with personal one-to-one chats in the legitimate Fetch.AI Telegram group. We have also observed the appearance of sites claiming to be the Fetch.AI website. Please remember:
- Fetch.AI admins will NEVER initiate a one-to-one or private chat session on Telegram
- Fetch.AI IS NOT giving away ETH, Fetch.AI tokens or any other token
- The ONLY legitimate web address for Fetch.AI is https://fetch.ai/
We’ve also been asked to disclose the Fetch.AI contract address by some members of the community. It is listed below:
Contract address: 0x1d287cc25dad7ccaf76a26bc660c5f7c8e2a05bd
ALL OTHER CONTRACTS CLAIMING TO BE FET ARE FAKE.
Please do NOT send ETH to any associated addresses, you will lose it.
We are working hard to take down these fraudulent platforms and you can help by remaining cautious and vigilant. Please remember the four key points above and please report any suspicious activity by sending an email to [email protected]
Fetch.AI’s official social media accounts can be found on:
We look forward to sharing more exciting news about Fetch.AI through our official channels soon.
Fetch.AI will not be held liable for any losses caused by fraudulent token offerings.