Achtung ShibArmy! Don’t Believe the Scammers, TREAT Token is Not Yet Released

April 23, 2024

In the wake of the appearance of fake $TREAT token claims, the Shiba Inu community is being cautioned to remain vigilant against scams and misinformation circulating on the tokens.

Despite recent deceptive campaigns alleging the stealthy launch of the TREAT token, Shiba Inu sources confirm that $TREAT has not been released, and any claims suggesting otherwise are fraudulent.

When Shiba Inu announced Monday that it had raised $12 million through the sale of the $TREAT utility token, it clearly said in that announcement that the token is yet to be released.

The emergence of counterfeit $TREAT promotions is not a new phenomenon, and The Shib Daily has already reported on this . However, the renewed warnings from Shiba Inu team members and community leaders come after the token was thrust into the headlines following the fund-raise announcement.

The Shiba Inu team assures the community that they will be the first to know when $TREAT becomes available.

The Shiba Inu team has urged the community once again to remain cautious and only rely on verified information from official sources. Scammers claiming the “stealth launch” of $TREAT are spreading false information, and investors are advised to disregard any such claims until an official announcement is made by the Shiba Inu team. To stay informed, follow the official account on Twitter: TREAT Official Twitter.

For the safety and security of all investors, it is essential to exercise caution and refrain from engaging with unverified claims or individuals purporting to distribute $TREAT tokens. The Shiba Inu community remains steadfast in its commitment to combatting misinformation and protecting its members from fraudulent activities.

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