If you’ve heard about a cryptocurrency going by the name of Huh Token, I would urge you to stay away from the “presale” at all costs. There have been numerous reports on reddit over the past week of people not receiving their coins, and zero activity from the coin’s official twitter account since October 15th. Let’s take a closer look at Huh Token and explain why it’s a complete scam.
Why is Huh token a scam?
If you take a close look at the archived official Huh token website and click the about us link on the footer, you will be taken straight to the presale page.
The presale page requires you to enter some personal information, after which you’re given an address to send payment to. As you might have guessed, if you were unfortunate enough to send them coins, you never get any tokens in return.
There are multiple users on reddit claiming that they never got any Huh tokens. u/Comforable_Act_6502 from reddit had this to say:
“I invested, I sent BNB, a small amount – $100 – I was supposed to receive an email confirmation within 24 hrs and haven’t. I don’t have any tokens. My transfer was confirmed successfully delivered from my wallet. Seems like I was scammed, but hopefully not.”
It’s unfortunate that scams like this still exist in crypto and what’s more frustrating is the amount of victims they attract.
This is a reminder to anyone looking at investing in presales and get in early on fresh crypto projects to tread with caution.
One of the easiest ways to spot a scam is to check etherscan or bscscan for the token and smart contract address. If you aren’t able to find a token address and verify for yourself the contract and the existence of those tokens you are bound to get scammed sooner or later.
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