Be wary of counterfeit imtoken "transaction rollback" scam, some stolen money has flowed into Binance Exchange for cash

According to CoinHunter, a global digital asset security tracking platform, users recently submitted feedback on coin loss incidents and said they suffered imtoken “transaction rollback” fraud. The phishing account creates a fake imtoken official telegram group and acts as an official technical staff, guiding the "fragmented arbitrage" deceived users to enter the private key on the designated website to perform the so-called "transaction rollback" operation for secondary fraud. At present, hackers have transferred the stolen money at the address beginning with 0xfc74455 to the Binance Exchange for cash out. CoinHunter reminded that the hacker had cashed out at least dozens of times on the Binance Exchange, and then a large amount of stolen money may still be transferred to the Binance Exchange to cash out in this way. It is recommended that the relevant exchanges take timely action to freeze the relevant hacker account. In turn, it helps victims recover their losses.