“Due to the failure to comply with the pre-authorization procedure, I inform you that, in accordance with the provisions of the Act of March 1, 2018 on counteracting money laundering and financing terrorism, your funds in the amount of 2.1 BTC after August 7, 2020 may be subject to the decision of the National Revenue Administration. forfeiture to the Treasury. “
This is how my conversation with a scammer claiming to be a consultant from Bitcoin Investment Group sp.z o.o. began. I was informed about 0.93 BTC that he wants to pay me.
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Talking to the Bitcoin Investment Group scammer
In this special episode of Bitcoin Radio, I publish my conversation with the cryptocurrency scammer who called me a few days ago. This is important because recently more and more people are being deceived in this way.
This podcast is part of a new cycle devoted to security in the world of cryptocurrencies, which you will soon be able to see on the pages of . In it, we will cover the basic issues of cryptocurrencies, what is Bitcoin and how it differs from ordinary money.
We will also look at the most popular attempts at extorting funds for “bitcoin”. We will suggest how to distinguish good and honest actions from those that only want to harm investors and people new to the world of cryptocurrencies.
In the current reality, we must remember that monitoring the entire Internet for frauds is basically impossible. Therefore, relying on the services is not always the safest solution. Doubtful cryptocurrency projects very often use various types of manipulations to look more professional and legal in the eyes of the people they go to.
Let’s remember to be careful not only in our real life, but also in the network one.