- Animoca Brands issued a scam alert today about a malicious website impersonating them.
- Users who encounter any other domain pretending to represent the company might be the target of fraud.
- Necessary actions can be taken against the users of fraudulent domains for copyright infringement, impersonation, fraud, and misinterpretation.
Animoca Brands, a leading name in the digital entertainment, gamification, and blockchain areas, recently issued a scam alert regarding a malicious website that imitates Animoca Brands. The malicious website is located at https://animocabrands.com.hk, and the company has already cleared that they have no connection with this domain.
Dear community members, today we issued a scam alert about a malicious website located at 🚫 a n i m o c a b r a n d s . c o m . h k 🚫that impersonates Animoca Brands.— Animoca Brands (@animocabrands) January 7, 2023
Please be aware and stay safe.
To read the full announcement visit: https://t.co/5L18pvYbba
For the time being, users are strictly advised not to visit the malicious website, as it could be a threat to their security and privacy. As for the official corporate websites of Animoca Brands, they are located at https://www.animocabrands.com for the main operations of the company. For the operations of its strategic subsidiary in Japan, the website is located at https://www.animocabrands.co.jp.
The company laid emphasis on the fact that they do not conduct any sort of business from any other variations of its domain name, involving .biz, .io, .org, .net, .cn, and so on. All users who encounter any other domain that claims to be Animoca Brands must note that there are chances they might be the target of fraud.
In that case, the users should immediately let the company know at firstname.lastname@example.org. As disclosed, Animoca Brands has the right to take the required actions reserved against the users of fraudulent domains for impersonation, copyright infringement, fraud, and misrepresentation, and against individuals and organizations that allow the perpetuation of such fraudulent activity.