After a subpoena in a wire fraud case, OpenSea finds itself at the center of a new case. This time the plaintiff is Robbie Acres, an NFT collector who has been the victim of a phishing scam. He is currently filing a lawsuit against OpenSea. Reasons given: Non-response and account lock.
OpenSea NFT accused of negligence!
The story begins on July 12, 2022 at 1:28 PM, when Robbie Acres is the victim of an attack. Forgery. Unbeknownst to him, two transfers have been made to his account: one from the Hape Prime group and one from Karafufu.
Contact OpenSea Acres immediately. The purposes of his request: to return his money and to close the fraudster’s account. But less than an hour later, it was found that the fraudster had resold the assets.
Today, Robbie Acres is suing the OpenSea NFT for two reasons:
- His report was not taken into consideration
- Failed to take action to prevent the resale of stolen assets.
according to for himOpenSea had plenty of time to block the resale. But he didn’t.
A very aggressive reaction, says Robbie Eckers
yes ! OpenSea has apologized for its late response. However, he said there was nothing he could do to return the money. Even worse, he decided to Lock account by Robbie Akers. For the latter, it is an illegal operation that is carried out without his consent. According to his lawyer’s explanations, Acres must file a statement with OpenSea to unblock the account. He will also have to withdraw his initial report.
As an active investor, Robbie Acres finds himself facing significant financial losses. This is why he is claiming compensation from OpenSea.
Willing to do anything to protect his interests, NFT collector Robbie Acres works with the legal team at Traverse Legal. He is represented by the company’s founder, Maître Enrico Schaefer. The latter is well known NFT market It intends to do everything in its power to win against OpenSea. Continued…
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