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Digital currency fraud losses exceed 2 million pounds

Source: admin Release Time: 01:58:18 2018-09-08

The latest statistics show that cryptocurrency fraud lost £2,059,501.29 - an average of £10,095.59 per person. A total of 203 digital currency frauds were reported. Fraudsters pretend to invest in cryptocurrency advisors to promote "get rich quick" investments. To persuade the victim to invest in the cryptocurrency and register on the website, personal information and credit card information are also required. The victim is then asked to deposit a large amount of money in order to obtain a high return. When the victim loses money and finds being deceived, you can no longer contact these scammers.

Please do not trust any phone and email investment. If you really have investment needs, please go to the right digital currency trading website and thoroughly research the company.

A real bank or financial institution won't force you to pay your money on the spot. If you are forced to invest quickly or promise a return that sounds incredibly good, be vigilant.

If you are a victim of fraud or cybercrime, please report it to action fraud.

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