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Hacking My Singing Monsters

Let me make one thing absolutely clear: USING HACK TOOLS CAN GET YOU BANNED FROM MY SINGING MONSTERS FOR LIFE! (And mess up your phone, your tablet, your computer and basically all of your digital life…)

I’ve seen a lot of “tools” being released lately – all claiming to be able to “hack” your game and give you unlimited coins, diamonds and food. That sounds very tempting if you’re stuck somewhere, but the tools do not work!

Your account information (game progress, currency, etc.) is stored on the servers managed by Big Blue Bubble (you’ve seen the loading screen, right?) and messing with that data is very bad idea. BBB can and will detect any fraud and will ban you for doing so.

Being banned is not the worst thing that will happen using My Singing Monsters hacks; Most hack tools require you to download a small piece of software that will connect your iPhone or Android device to your computer via USB. Doing so is extremely stupid and dangerous! By connecting your device to a hack tool, you grant the hack tool access to your apps, contacts, photos, browsing history, e-mail, and whatever good stuff you have on your device. Sounds good? In addition to stealing your (very) private data, the tools often install hidden software so the hack programmers can use your computer for attacking other websites, laundering money, sending out spam and other really nice things – and YOU will be held accountable.

I won’t link to any of the sites providing the scam tools, but google “my singing monsters hack” and you’ll find a lot of scammers offering “100% safe, working, proven hack tools”. They are not. Do not install any of those tools or use any online hack tool. You WILL be sorry.

Here are screenshots from some of the tools you SHOULD NOT USE:

Well, enough already – enjoy PLAYING My Singing Monsters 😉

500 free diamonds for My Singing Monsters?

500 diamonds sounds too good to be true – and it is. No, you CAN NOT get 500 diamonds for adding “special” friends! I’ve had a lot of people posting these hoax messages on this blog, and would like to warn you up front.

The last messages on this blog all came from the same IP-address (24.52.141.57) and they look like a conversation between three users:

Oh my goodness!!!! I’m so excited I can’t believe this ok you don’t even know what I’m talking about do you?
Well, you want the big news here!
My friend put in my code for the referal code and she and I got 500 diamonds!!!!! I’m telling you this so you can get free diamonds!!!
( mostly cause I want the diamonds lol)

No Claudia you get it if you put Sarah’s code in referal. Not just add her as your friend.

Hey guys you get 500 diamonds if you add her!! I’ll put her friend code in again-
1604XXXXXXXX

The messages above are all scam messages, trying to get you to add the friend code in the last message. Don’t do it, as you won’t get the 500 diamonds as promised.

Add referrals the regular way -that will give you 5 diamonds per referral – don’t believe the 500 diamonds scam 😉