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Unread postby skruffs » Thu Nov 01, 2018 7:25 pm

Hi, I would like to make you all aware of a scam that just recently happened to a friend of mine.
Firstly an Ad on Facebook with a link to http:/ /www.cbnc.com
They followed a link in a fake article at http:/ /www.cbnc.com
It was an article about Elon Must investing millions into a "new" automatic way of investing.
Within five minutes of signing into the website somebody called and convinced him to invest £250 minimum. After he did they said that if he invested a further £250 they would add another £200 free bonus, so he did.

That was it! Money gone. The people kept calling and getting aggressive.
So this is how it went.
http:/ /www.cbnc.com - First site, fake article containing hyperlink
http:/ /www. bitcodecoin.com - Destination of initial hyperlink, flashy signup! form
Once the signup is done they use various different fake investment companies, Get Financial, X Invest, etc

They use a combination of different phone numbers originating from all over Europe
A number that they use regularly is 0203 962 21 36
If you did happen to call this number as I did, they will be ready and waiting to get you to deposit monies.
Get Financial appear to be registered in St Vincent and Grenadines
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Re: Get Financial - Bitcoincode

Unread postby SlapHappy » Thu Nov 01, 2018 7:48 pm

I'm sorry, but this forum does not vet cryptocurrency sites nor deal with scams involving any fake sites or scams in that area or advertisements on Facebook. If you believe you have been scammed, report it to your local police and your country's cybercrime reporting center.

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