Our only URLs are

All other sites are scams – especially be wary of:

benumbs.cards & bennumb.cards & bennumbs.cards & benumb.cc & many more…

(it can be hard to notice the S and extra N if not careful.) 

Welcome to the real deal. 

Please bookmark this link — the other sites have simply copy/pasted our html and don’t actually have any cards to sell. 

They can be easy to fall for if you aren’t cautious!

Present a sound ID doc

I bought this message from “Coinbase” to the e-mail account that I exploit for Coinbase:

“Yo⁩ur accou⁩nt is m⁩issi⁩ng som⁩e in⁩fo t⁩hat we ne⁩ed to c⁩ompl⁩y with fina⁩ncia⁩l reg⁩ula⁩tions. A⁩s a resu⁩lt, y⁩our ac⁩coun⁩t is now prohibit⁩ed. I⁩n orde⁩r t⁩o r⁩e-ena⁩ble ⁩purchase⁩ing a⁩nd⁩ promote⁩ing, ple⁩ase ve⁩rify you⁩r ide⁩ntity by pr⁩oviding a val⁩i⁩d I⁩D do⁩cu⁩ment.”

It got here with the graphical Coinbase brand and a confirm button however trying on the originating area, it got here from Lahore, Pakistan. Is it a case of a Coinbase leak or simply scammers casting a large web?

3 thoughts on “Present a sound ID doc”

  1. This subreddit is a public forum. For your security, do not post personal information to a public forum, including your Coinbase account email. If you’re experiencing an issue with your Coinbase account, please [contact us](https://help.coinbase.com/en/contact-us.html) directly.

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  2. Hey there, u/markbyrn. Thanks for reaching out to us regarding this phishing email you received. I applaud you for checking the email domain prior to providing any information. All our emails will end in a @coinbase.com domain. You can check this article for more information: https://help.coinbase.com/en/coinbase/privacy-and-security/other/is-this-email-really-from-coinbase The unfortunate truth is that phishing can happen through different means of communication, including emails, SMS texts, social media posts, and URL advertisements. These attackers will brand themselves and pretend to be Coinbase in order to obtain sensitive information, such as passwords and 2FA codes.

    If you ever need help verifiying a suspicious email, or need help with anything else, please let us know! We’re always happy to help.


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