Fraud / Scam Warning

Unfortunately, fraud attempts by unknown third parties occur again and again. Therefore, we would like to inform you on this page about our communication channels and payment options.

We use for communication with you exclusively the domains:

In addition, we are available by phone and Whatsapp via the phone number
+49 (0)176 777 888 33
for our customers.

Our wallet addresses for payments are:
ETH/USDT (ERC20): 0x60F9f2864ECd44F57fB7220b821dAa2247C010F7
BTC: bc1qx5mjjv3rp7dtu5w93ms6lm6ehc9qztajh8npea

We accept payments by bank transfer in 3 currencies via Wio Bank (BIC: WIOBAEADXXX), our IBAN differs slightly depending on the currency:
EUR: BE76914052766695 (IBANFIRST)
USD: AE970260001025873490703 (EMIRATES NBD BANK PJSC)
AED: AE040860000009756550125 (WIO BANK)
EUR: AE510860000009038809031
USD: AE430860000009712973143

The account numbers are accordingly:
EUR: 914052766695
USD: 1025873490703
AED: 9756550125
EUR: 9038809031
USD: 9712973143

Instagram: @millionminercom

We do not currently operate a Telegram channel or use any other account / wallet addresses.

Automated emails from our store are sent from [email protected]. Our customer service usually sends you a reply from [email protected] and also uses an S/MIME signature. Of course outgoing emails are signed with DKIM. Therefore, if you receive a warning about an invalid DKIM signature, there is a risk that the email is forged.

If you are unsure whether an e-mail or payment instructions are forged, please send an e-mail directly to [email protected] or [email protected] - we recommend not to use the reply function, but to insert the address itself in the recipient field.

General security advice

We do not ask you to download programs or remote maintenance tools like AnyDesk to pay your bill.

Email fraud is unfortunately very common these days and can affect both individuals and businesses. One of the most common scams is the so-called spoofing, where fraudsters try to make emails look like they come from a trusted source. Here's how you can check if an email actually comes from the right sender and what tricks scammers use to fool you.

The easiest way to check if an email is actually from the right sender is to check the sender's address. However, here you should pay attention not only to the sender's name, but also to the full email address. Fraudsters often use similar domains or addresses to deceive their victims. For example, instead of a legitimate domain like "", similar sounding addresses like "" or "amazö" can be used. Also, scammers often use other domain extensions like "".

Scammers often use links in their fake emails to redirect their victims to fake websites or install malware on their computers. If you have received a suspicious email, you should never click on links without checking them carefully first. If you hold the mouse cursor over the link, the actual URL that the link points to will be displayed. If the URL looks suspicious or does not match the domain of the supposed sender (, you should not click the link.

An antivirus program can help you detect and remove malware on your computer. If you have received a suspicious email, you should never open or download its content or attachments before updating your antivirus program.