I simply Googled PancakeSwap and it was the very first result. Scammers must have paid Google Ads a ton to get to the very top of the search results, over the actual site. It was an exact clone of the current PancakeSwap page too, looked exactly like the current page does down to every detail.
Hey Alan can you please help me . I tried buying Etherum with BNB (.3) on pancake swap. It say successful but I can’t see my crypto. Can you please help me my tx hash is 0x3a6c8d7b2b76116e47fbb6718e6531fffe240ea5e0daade6465f4937439556db
Thank you for looking at this!
I still can’t figure it out.
Did I successfully convert to Wrapped BNB in my wallet? There is no record of that in my Trust wallet WBNB bit.
Then if it (whatever it is) went to another wallet or exchange address, it must have been one of the few I have? Is that reasonable?
Hi @JennyMillan and anyone else that may be able to help. What I have confirmed is that it was converted into WBNB in my Trust Wallet and sent back into my trust wallet, but there is no evidence of this in my Trust Wallet. WBNB to a different wallet and not Exodus. The address is 0x0D2A09539D78214684D09b4B7305b38E4EA9F211 and i have confirmed that it is my Trust wallet by sending myself small sums of BNB from another account just now.
I am now STUCK! If “Trust” wallet won’t respond, what can I do?
@LucasMcCoiny17 what I’m asking is, where did you get PancakeSwap link used for swapping? It seems like you used fake/phishing scam site and your funds were redirected to different address after swapping.
I would have gone into the dapps section and tried to change the cryptocurrencies through pancake swap and a couple of other exchanges in there because I was trying to convert to something that was more mainstream and transferable