That’s A Scam Twitter Account Helps Bust Bogus Cryptocurrency Profiles
Everybody in the cryptocurrency market knows that there are a lot of scams out there. Sometimes they are obvious but often they are not, so it can be good to have help sometimes. That is why a new Twitter profile called That’s A Scam was created.
What Is That’s A Scam Twitter Account?
That’s A Scam (@thatsascam) was a profile created on Twitter with the objective of exposing scammers. It generally reports fake companies which pretend to be someone else or have Twitter accounts with a lot of retweets and likes and no followers at all. The profile has already exposed lots of companies trying to pass a bigger company on Twitter.
While the profile is pretty new (it joined Twitter on March 2018, so it can’t be more than a week old at the time of this report), the profile already has 460 at the time of this report and it probably has a lot more in the near future.
Trust That’s A Scam To Bust Bogus Crypto Profiles?
Yes. You can trust this profile. Nothing of what has been said by That’s A Scam is speculation. All the information that you can find there can be easily verified, like the number of followers of a certain account and links that go nowhere. Because of this, it is safe to say that you can trust this company. If you want to avoid fake Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs), you should follow this profile.