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Scammer Card

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Except for its cost, instructions written on the card is only used for the board game. Check the web/mobile game stats for other purpose.

What's the Scammer?

The Scammer is a very bad looking guy who moves pretty slowly, but he strikes all enemies with his laptop!

Ingame Bonus

Protect you from Scam while doing Jobs! - 3.00% per level!

Web / Mobile Game Stats

Hit speed
Attack every 1.40 sec
Damage per second
Hit points
Attack Range
1.0 square(s) away
Move Speed
0.80 square(s) / sec

Scammer, los Antecedentes

The Scammer is a very bad looking guy that will move pretty slowly but he will strike all enemies with his laptop.

No one is completely sure if the Scammer is human, though he shows most of the signs. He is usually creating ingenious ways to scam people and take their money.

He is that kind of person that would gladly join the army for corpse-looting. Fighting fiercely with his carbon-fiber armed laptop, the Scammer will always find a way to rob you while attacking.

Although fierce, he spends just about all of his time running away from various levels of people who want to kill him for many, many reasons.

Just remember, Scammers are everywhere. When it looks too good to be true, investigate and don’t put your money or whatever else into it without being sure, or if you don’t care to lose it...


Very fast, quick ability to start running whenever a problem starts to rise near him, even from a whisper. Building laptops from old computers and mobile phones and wood carving.

Favorite crypto-currency

First Blood (1ST), a blend of empowerment, competition and technology, it is the best platform for gamers where you can win cryptos in world-wide competition. Also, I think I could probably scam them....

Favorite hobbies

Gaming for cryptos, Gollum and Moon-walking!

Favorite phrase

“I need a lawyer for the final judgement, please call”

Story of Scammer

Trucos del Juego

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En la vida real, ¿cuál es Scammer

A Scammer is usually a person or group of people who commit or participate in fraudulent transactions and operations, all the way from insurance, to credit cards and even petty cash.


hanks to the anonymity of Bitcoin, these fraudsters have been able to scam a lot of people in very old ways and some new ones. But they are usually preying on the distracted and frustrated people.


Some of the methods a scammer will try to get your money is through a very similar website than the bank but without the security protocol (always check for https on the URL!). Or even a new website offering products at ridiculous low prices. Most of these websites can get your credit card information and use it elsewhere to drain your credit. Avoid this by typing exactly the url into the browser.


They also create amazing fake Apps, very similar to the real ones, oftenly passed through security checkpoints from both stores at Google and Apple. Apple is usually better at detecting them and deleting them but oftentimes people will not notice a slight change of color or a tiny difference and they will purchase something and the Scammers will have a party.


Twitter, Telegram, Discord, WhatsApp, Facebook, you name it. If the platform has a chat you can surely get an offer that is almost too good to be true and it will most certainly be another scheme of the scammers. Do not click right away on any link unless you are certain of what it is and whom it came from.


One of the best resources they have is now the oldest of them all; the email. A lot of scammers try anything; from giving you half of what they need to take out of their country, to offering you a huge article on the next CoinDesk post or even saying that they have recorded you masturbating (even when my computer doesn’t have a camera…) and asking for a ransom or they have access to your search history and they will share it with your loved ones.


If you fall into any of these possible traps, first be sure to check it on .

Also you can search for the scammers wallet address or report it here: .