ZombieClub NFT Phishing Link Scam

Key Takeaways:

  • PeckShield Team has detected that zombieclub.mintin.info is a phishing site and has advised the users not to mint it.

Meanwhile, if we talk about ZombieClub NFT Project, it has described itself as a collection of 6,666 unique monsters on the blockchain. As of now, their official Twitter Account and Discord Group is working fine. Here is link of their collection listed on Open Sea. So this project is quite popular with over 10.5 K $ETH traded and around 3.5 K owners.

So scammers are out there with its phishing link. https://zombieclub.io/ is the only official website. So users should always be highly suspicious when connecting their wallet to a website, and they should never type their seed phrase. Below is the screenshot of the same phishing link website.

Zombieclub Nft Phishing Link Scam

After the investigation of this scamming link https://zombieclub.mintin.info/. We have found that only two buttons are working on this website, i.e. SET MAX and MINT. They are using the official ZombieClub Logo. They have listed that this is a special price for a bonus sale with 0.3 ETH price for each NFT. We recommend that our readers stay away from these scams and always check official links.

Here are some other phishing links scams you should know about:

  1. Trustpad Phishing Link Scam
  2. USDSwap Phishing Link Scam
  3. ApeCoin Phishing Link Scam
  4. OpenSea Phishing Link Scam
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Yash Kamal Chaturvedi

Btech Computer Science, Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak (2023)

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