Unfortunately malicious server owners and developers commonly attempt to impersonate Captcha.bot due to its size and popularity. On this page we have listed common scams, how to avoid them, and how to report them to Discord.
Remember to always be diligent when online.
Look through this page or ask in our support server. It's okay to not be sure! You can always ask in our support and we'll let you know if you're interacting with the real bot.
Captcha.bot does NOT ask you to drag a button to your bookmarks.
Bots and websites which ask you to drag a button into your bookmarks are attempting to steal your Discord account. Do NOT drag the button and click it. It will run malicious code and steal your Discord account.
Captcha.bot does NOT use QR codes to verify you are a human.
Bots which ask you to scan a QR code with your mobile app are attempting to steal your Discord account. Do NOT scan the code.
Captcha.bot will only ever ask you to verify at https://captcha.bot/. Please make sure you always check the domain and verify it is https://captcha.bot/. If it is not then do not verify and leave the page.
Bots which ask you to verify on a website which is not https://captcha.bot/ are attempting to scam you. Do NOT verify or visit these fake sites.
Captcha.bot will NEVER ask for a Crypto wallet or NFT login (EG: Metamask). Captcha.bot only asks you to login with Discord which only gives us access to your username, avatar, and servers you're in.
Bots which ask you to verify your Crypto wallet or NFT login are attempting to steal your Crypto or NFTs. Do NOT "verify" or "connect" your account.
Users may rename another bot by changing the nickname and avatar to appear as Captcha.bot. Always check that you are only using
Captcha.bot#3928(ID: 512333785338216465) Please note our bot is also verified by Discord.
Bots with different nicknames & avatars are attempting to scam you. Do NOT verifiy with them.