Binance Launches Anti-Scam Ninja Program for P2


The Binance cryptocurrency exchange has made the “Anti-Scam Ninja” program available to all users of the P2P platform.

Marketplace customers will be able to report suspicious behavior from other market participants and receive a $5 voucher for each confirmed fraud.

To participate, you must submit a report in English about suspicious activity on Binance P2P via the Binance Survey form. The user must indicate his email, User ID and provide evidence of fraud.

The Binance P2P team reviews messages within 28 business days.

“The top three Super Ninjas with the most verified reports will receive an additional 50 USDT vouchers,” company representatives emphasized.

Possible scam options on P2P:

  • fake customer service representative;
  • fake receipts;
  • fake email/SMS;
  • fraud with parallel orders (Triangle scam).

The program will last from September 14 to November 13.

Let us recall that in August, Binance prohibited Russian citizens from conducting transactions through the P2P platform with any currencies other than the ruble.

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