Sunday, October 2

Indian Police Commissioner Releases Public Warning Against Crypto Fraud By CoinTelegraph

© Reuters. Indian Police Commissioner Issues Public Warning Against Crypto Fraud

Deputy Police Commissioner Shikha Goel warned Indian citizens of the rise in cybercrime at a rally organized by the Hyderabad, India city police, suggesting not to transfer cryptocurrencies to unauthorized private wallets.

Goel highlighted the various methods that scammers actively use to dupe investors, such as lucrative investment opportunities, illegitimate wire transfers, and cryptocurrencies. Recognizing the growth of Indian cryptocurrency users, Goel added:

“They [los estafadores] They ask you to share the data of your cryptocurrencies. And once you put them in your wallet, they take your money. “

After simplifying the elaborate fraud into one sentence, Goel also noted that sixteen such cryptocurrency-related cases have been recorded.

Read the full article on Cointelegraph

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