Binance Us Scam Text From Binance (2022) Beware!

Did you receive a text from Binance claiming to be from Binance Us saying your account is under attack from hackers? And particular staff from Binance with fake Binance employee ID will contact you and opt to render help via Whatsapp.

Lots of people have received this scam text message from Binance. It actually contains a link that was created by scammers to obtain your financial and personal information with the ulterior motive to defraud you.

Phishing Scams

Binance Us Scam Text 2022 – How does This Scam work?

Unsurprisingly, this malicious text has nothing to do with Navy Federal. If an email looks suspicious or from an unknown source, don’t provide any information, open any attachments or click on any links, even if the email threatens to close or suspend your account or states your account has been compromised. Beware!

This Binace Scam Text has been so rampant that Binance CEO “Changpeng Zhao” warned of a “massive phishing scam via SMS” targeting the cryptocurrency exchange. In a tweet, Zhao said, “There is a massive phishing scam via SMS with a link to cancel withdrawals. It leads to a phishing website to harvest your credential as in the screenshot below.  NEVER click on links from SMS!”

Don’t be deceived, this text directs you to a phishing credentials webpage.

Received Binance Scam Text? Do The Following!

You should delete the text message immediately as it is obviously a phishing scam. Meanwhile, do not forget to inform your family and friends. Please they should not click on the link if and when they receive such message.

Also, you can report scams, untrustworthy websites and tell us why you consider the websites fraudulent. See similar phishing scam; Wal Tracking Scam, Delware BPO Scam, Publix 90TH Anniversary, etc.


Wendy is an Entry-Level Security Analyst who's passionate about cybersecurity and dedicated to protecting people and organizations from emerging threats.

She has spent the past ten years writing articles that reveal the alarming rise of online scams, fake products, and misleading advertising. In 2019, she left her role as a Threat Alert writer and founded SabiReviews. With more Cybersecurity certifications bagged, she knows her purpose; To educate the public about cybercrimes, to provide genuine reviews about services and products, and to stop cyber crimes.

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