CryptoCurrency / Bitcoins Scams

With the new appearance of the electronic and profitable currencies, you decide to go online and try to purchase some bitcoins or any other cryptocurrency. You will get to a legit looking website that sells them and decide to buy them. Once you have paid them the money, they promise you will get the bitcoins transferred into your account, however this is all a hoax, and you will never receive them or you never receive your money back.

Can asset recovery companies really help you? With the rise of online scams, several companies are now offerings services to get your money back
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History of Cryptocurrencies Bitcoin was officially created in 2009 but until 2016 the cryptocurrency was mainly used to purchase goods and services
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After reading what I thought was a legit article on quora.com about a way to invest my crypto back in April 2019, I mistakenly trusted the person
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I was recommended this site by a Chinese person I met through social media. They encouraged me to buy the AMN crypo-currency. It rose in value
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I've got into contact with a guy called Glen through telegram who supposedly has a very high accuracy signal rate on bitcoin trading, which he did
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Mrs Li Wei Huan (https://www.facebook.com/liwei.huan.71) comes across as an innocent professional, she is working with a man named Joe Morrison. Joe
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I have joined Owomoney.xyz the beginning of last week through a link a got from someone.Their business is about advertising some stuff like
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I made contact with a person on that claims to be a legitimate Bitcoin/FOREX trader. We chatted over a few days and after her sales pitch I agreed to
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Common Sense: Too good to be true When looking for goods online, a great deal is an obvious reason to pick an online shop. A Gucci bag for €24.99 or a new iPhone for € 399? Who wouldn’t want to grab such a deal! But scammers also know this and will try to take advantage of this fact. When looking at a website if a deal looks too good to be true, think twice and double check

1. Take a breath and relax! Do not act directly. The first step should be to try and calm down! It can seem like everything has to be fixed as soon as possible, but sometimes taking a breath can help put things in perspective. It may help to talk to family or friends. Nearly everybody gets scammed at least once in his live. It is not something to be ashamed off. Scammers have become