I wanted to buy some TRX to use it as energy, I thought it would be easer to just swap some ETH with TRX so i copied ETH address in my TronWallet and sent 0.06 to it from my MEW. Turns out that ETH address in my wallet was Honeypot address automatically injected in the wallet to drain all transactions by whoever made it. Be careful guys.
Address generated by TronWallet: https://etherscan.io/address/0x959fd7ef9089b7142b6b908dc3a8af7aa8ff0fa1
My main address MEW: (Where i sent ETH from) https://etherscan.io/address/0x75270756fb68dae3da4de16374ef15799d179804
Suppot Team reply to the issue
Mathijs Bok (TronWallet) Apr 27, 12:17 -03
Let me tell you that we got many more the same messages like you have send, with the same address and with the same amount. Guess what that means. Not that TronWallet is compromised, but that you are trying the same as 9 other people with the same message as you.
Saying that, this is an address blacklisted by the entire ETH community, it is an unsecured address with a lot of issues in the ETH ecosystem. A lot of people are using this wallet to scam Wallets, Exchanges and etc. Kind Regards,
TronWallet Support Mathijs Bok
via The TRON Community on Reddit https://www.reddit.com/r/Tronix/comments/g9mt1g/do_not_use_eth_address_generated_automatically_in/
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