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InnerSloth Warns Against Scams Based on Among Us

credit: InnerSloth

TechInAfrica – Without a doubt, all people might agree that Among Us becomes the most popular game in the world right now. As always, with popularity comes multiple offenders looking to make money based on the brand name. 

It has gotten somewhat commonly in the community leading Among Us designer InnerSloth cautioning players to not fall into the snare of obscure “business” working illicitly out there.

On Twitter, InnerSloth writes: 

“We are aware of some Among Us scams/fake merch/apps. Working to get those taken down, but to clarify:

  1. The ONLY official merch is
  2. We have *no* streamer/influencer program
  3. Help report scams/fakes to [email protected][dot]com”

InnerSloth is additionally marked to this thread embedded below, which talks of a group called “GoAmongUs”.

We will not link to this fake element yet, rather horrendously, the primary consequence of it on Google comes up as “Go Among Us™ – #1 Official Among Us Merchandise Store”. Presently, it is not forever Google’s obligation to keep these unmitigated tricks out of list items. However, it is somewhat grievous that this is the primary outcome.

Fortunately, Twitter represents this substance has since been taken out from Twitter, yet its Instagram page stays as does – possibly above all – the site, it is utilized to sell merchandise and bring in cash. 

We additionally needed to have a decent giggle at the about us page of GoAmongUs that paints the “company” as a group of fans who signed up to make official attire for the game they love so much.



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