A warning to the public on Ukraine Online Scams.
A variation on a charity scam
What are Ukraine Online Scams and what has a French Bulldog got in common with Russias war on Ukraine?
Online scammers take advantage of any situation in order to scam the public out of money. Petscams.com was created to expose the tactics and websites created of puppy scams however the same scammers are also creating websites in order to scam people around the world who are attempting to support the Ukrainian people in this, their most trying times.
Ukraine Online Scams
As with any natural disaster, conflict or war, scammers will try to capitalise on societies charity.
Ukraine Online scams are charity scams which purport to gather donations for the Ukrainian government or for the Ukrainian people
Ukrainian online scams may be more effective as it is now common knowledge that it is possible, and sometimes preferred to donate to an official Bitcoin wallet.
Scammers take advantage of this by creating official looking websites and inserting their own Bitcoin address and then keeping any donations.
Below are a selection of Ukrainian online scam websites that we have come across during our regular scan for pet scam websites.
|Scam Domain||Screenshot||Scammer Contact||Crypto Wallet|
Ethereum (ETH): 0xFb1a11ffF0CCb53BfD4bf4CE851C380d02B9BC77
Tether (USDT): 0xFb1a11ffF0CCb53BfD4bf4CE851C380d02B9BC77
BCH WALLET (BITCOIN CASH)
VeChain (VET) Address:
Binance Coin (BNB) Address:
WRAPPED BITCOIN (WBTC)
Admin edit* Since publication we have also come across the following site:
I think you can guess how the scam goes, adopt a puppy from war torn Ukraine!