“Our marketing department here at Tesla HQ came up with an idea: to hold a special giveaway event for all crypto fans out there. If you want to participate, it is really sicheapest jordan 4s air jordan 1 element two people fishing kayak nike air jordan 1 elevate low air max 97 sale Iowa State Football Uniforms air jordan retro 1 mid casual shoes Florida state seminars jerseys Florida state seminars jerseys nike air max pre day College Rugby Jersey stetson casquettes stetson casquettes NCAA Jerseys nike air max 97mple to do. Just navigate to these websites to learn more…”

If you find this or similar phrases online, don’t be fooled: this is a scam.
It’s just another method scammers uses to steal money from wallets.

They used a site mimicking the famous publishing platform Medium, which it claims to be the official Elon Musk website called Elon-Drops for Bitcoin and Ethereum giveaways.

Even though the sites could seem legit and well made, with real-time stats aobout BTC and ETH remaining, there is no chances to receive that BTC or ETH for free. Tesla’s CEO is not giving away bitcoins.

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And if you still have in the doubt, you can just check the official Elon Musk account on Twitter, for any update. Don’t trust fake screenshot as the one below, but double check on the official page.

Elon-Drops site is a SCAM. Don't be Fooled 1
fake giveway announcment on twitter

Be aware that (despite some rare cases) nobody gives anything for nothing. Even if it’s one of the richest man on the planet.

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