🕵️♂️ A notorious cyber gang dubbed “Pink Drainer” is in the spotlight for duping a user into a devious $4.4 million Chainlink (LINK) swindle! The victim, hoodwinked by an “Increase Approval” scheme, lost a staggering 275,700 LINK, valued at $4.33 million, in a mere minute! 🕒💸
🔍 On-Chain Clues & Scam Sniffer’s Probe into Pink Drainer Heist 🧐
Detailed on-chain sleuthing reveals two swift transactions: one siphoning 68,925 LINK to a so-called “PinkDrainer: Wallet 2,” and another whisking away 206,775 LINK to a cryptic address.
Conversations with blockchain sentinel Scam Sniffer unveil this heist’s roots with Pink Drainer. Although the victim’s exact misstep remains a mystery, the firm has unearthed a troubling 10 scam sites under the same banner in just 24 hours!
Following a trail of digital breadcrumbs, investigator ZachXBT reports the purloined LINK turning into Ethereum (ETH) and vanishing into the cyber ether via shady quick-swap crypto services.
Amid their notorious feats, Pink Drainer has a rap sheet with Discord and Twitter infiltrations, targeting entities like Evomos, Pika Protocol, and notable figures in the crypto realm.
🔓 Their tactics?
Cunning impersonations, with their grim portfolio recently uncovering about $18.7 million filched from over 9,000 victims. A grim reminder of the digital world’s lurking shadows. 👥
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