MATIC Polygon USDC stolen funds on a Transaction in F(x)Wallet
I did a qr scan to an address and really funds were sent to:
lost 217.3 USDC
My adddress polygon: 0x5a1f6f6357c427653df801a2A32fEBdb51b329B1
Transaction Hash: 0x41df8487c18c3f1062295ba1223afaa5340833cb292ea09d213e3af077a2cfc6
The owner of this 0xa957829735F0191DeeE0C33fb8e68EC41f54E7fB USDC Polygon Address havent receive nothing
If im not wrong, you send USD to this address 0x2791bca1f2de4661ed88a30c99a7a9449aa84174 (Polygon) and not to 0xa957829735F0191DeeE0C33fb8e68EC41f54E7fB.
You probably fell for the recent popular scam called “Address Poisoning”. Maybe.
Did you scan the grayed out address that sent in $0 USDC? If you did, then it could be that you sent funds to them since nobody can sign the transaction except the owner.
- Always double check your address, even after scanning.
never thinking this happends with fxWallet, yes on Metamask but not on this wallet.
then i see that i lost those funds…OMG
will check more carefully next times
I do not history messages on the wallet of those 0 funds trx,
how can i do to repair that?
i I had just used guickswap polygon exchange to swap usdt to usdc
It happens to every blockchain wallet/address. The blockchain addresses are all susceptible to those attacks, like how anyone can send any email to anyone.
Hope you are okay! Double check every transaction before transferring.
Yes, next time i will check two times.
Have pundix created a interface yet to redeem coins left on the ETH network while being staked before the fx app upgrade?
At the moment, there is a guide to redeem the tokens from the pre-governance staking contract using EtherScan.
It’s not stolen. F(x)Wallet does not correctly support https://eips.ethereum.org/EIPS/eip-681#:~:text=Requesting%20payments%20in,0x8e23ee67d1332ad560396262c48ffbb01f93d052%26uint256%3D1
ERC-681: URL Format for Transaction Requests
The wallet incorrectly sends funds to the USDC contract address.
The wallet needs to fix this.
I understand that I must give them up anyway, tragic
I mean, it’s a wallet issue. They should compensate you and fix the issue.
Hi my apology for the issue raised. we the f(x)Wallet dev team are looking into this issue now.
thank you, i will keep waiting