We collect and tag accounts on the XRP ledger that has been involved in fraudulent or illigal activities, such as Ponzi schemes, thefts, phishing and giveaway scams.
If you wish to submit an account, you can do so here.
By applying proprietary logic to the tagged accounts, we automatically extend and generate an advisory list, warning about potential danger of interacting with these accounts
Each account has a status from 1 to 3, where 3 is highest probability of fraudulent activity:
The account has been through a manual vetting process and:
Status 2 and 1
There is always a risk of wrongful tagging, and we are very serious about eliminating false positives. In the unlikely event that this happens, please contact us or send a direct message on Twitter, @xrplorer, to resolve.
We do not guarantee that any published lists or addresses are 100% correct - there is always a possibility for false positives – and we do not guarantee that any published lists is 100% complete.
You can look up addresses on the front page to learn their status, otherwise the advisory list and lookup is accessible through an API, find more information here.
We offer access to our advisory list services free of charge for non-commercial use, but for commercial use we provide access based on activity and type of implementation.
We recommend to implement a user protection, in addition to checking incoming payments, by looking up addresses when a user withdraws XRP and showing a warning if the account is flagged.