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A few months ago, I made a post about a transaction issue I faced. I wanted to send a transaction with a low fee, but unfortunately, I fell victim to a scammer. This person convinced me to use a dapp to speed up the transaction and foolishly, I gave them the master seed for my MetaMask wallet. As a result, they managed to take out all the funds, including approximately 40 Canadian dollars and some memecoin tokens.
Now, I’m left wondering how I can claim the Wall Street Memes tokens without having to send ETH into the account. I want to transfer the tokens to another wallet, but MetaMask isn’t showing the confirmation popup screen on my phone. I suspect this might be related to the scammer’s actions, possibly involving a sweeper bot.
To make matters worse, the scammer used my first transaction in months to pay for gas fees, but it took them three days to do so. When I noticed this and attempted another transaction, they instantly took the gas fees out, most likely due to timezones or the sweeper bot.
In short, I made a mistake by sending my master key to the scammer, resulting in a loss of 40 Canadian dollars. To make matters worse, I had to spend my own money to buy the same amount of tokens. Now, I’m unable to claim my memecoin tokens after the presale ended, and the gas fees I need to use are being siphoned by the scammer.
Scammers are truly despicable individuals who wreak havoc on people’s finances. They should face severe consequences for their actions and be ostracized from society. I’m feeling frustrated and upset with this scammer, wishing I had known better that day. Let this be a lesson to everyone to stay vigilant and protect their wallets from these scumbags.