It sounds like it yes, USCIS may have revoked your previously approved H-1B I-129 non-immigrant visa. I hope not but its premature. Wait for the letter and carefully read the letter with the adverse decision if any. You can still file a motion to reopen/reconsider/appeal within 33 days of the time you receive the decision. If they made a service error or premature denial based on faulty information on the site verification visit you need to hire competent counsel to appeal the case and fight it.
You should wait to read the decision before making plans or getting worried.
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