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!

The identity of a $60M+ scammer, bigger than SQUID, from 2021 has been revealed to be the VC Director of OpenSea. This is not good…

Crypto Bounty Hunting: Uncovering WhatsApp ScammersCrypto Bounty Hunting – The Whatsapp Scammer

Hello everyone, I recently heard about a new scam that is targeting people through Whatsapp. It’s called Crypto Bounty Hunting and it’s a scam that involves people being asked to invest in a cryptocurrency in exchange for a reward. The scammer will then ask for more money and eventually disappear with the money. I wanted … Read more

$130,000 Lost to Phishing Scammer Through Smart Contract Permission: 319 ETH in Scammer’s WalletUser lost $130,000 by giving permission to a smart contract from a phishing scam. The total amount in the scammer’s wallet is more than 319 ETH already

I recently heard about a user who lost $130,000 by giving permission to a smart contract from a phishing scam. It’s absolutely heartbreaking to hear about someone losing such a large amount of money. It’s even more concerning to hear that the total amount in the scammer’s wallet is more than 319 ETH already. This … Read more

Should I Be Concerned About the Email Scammer Who Sent Me a Message From My Own Email Address?Scammer sent me an email to me from my email address, should I be worried?

I recently received an email from my own email address, and it was from a scammer. I’m really worried that my account has been hacked and my personal information is at risk. Has anyone else experienced this? What should I do?

A BSC shitcoin “CEO” [serious]ly sold his house and is now suing Crypto.com because they got phished by a scammer.

Beware of “Zero-value attacks”, where the scammer changes the first and last few digits of the address to make it look similar to yours and to trick you. A scammer stole around $20M USDT from a single person when they didn’t check the whole address.

Playing Shitrugs with a Scammer: A Story of Stalking

36 Stalking a Scammer: A Game of Shitrugs is a game created by the online security company, Malwarebytes. It is a game designed to help people learn how to spot and avoid online scams. The game is set in a virtual world where players take on the role of a scammer and must use their … Read more

Watch out for enhance scammer exercise.

The exercise on the sub has picked up these days and with elevated exercise come new scams and scammers. The 2 latest one I’ve seen posted a number of occasions is “Porsche Free NFT” and “Circle launching is personal DEX with solely USDC swimming pools” Find out how to spot these. Often any remark that … Read more