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FBI Issues Warning About Fake Crypto Job Ads

Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has recently issued a warning concerning fake crypto jobs. They have claimed that fake crypto positions have lured employees from foreign countries to participate in fraud schemes.

The warning is directed toward the citizens of the United States of America. It has informed the addresses about the potential threat of fake crypto jobs.

The warning was issued recently that informed the citizens and other parties that the individuals who are traveling should stay beware of false job adverts. It seems that the FBI is going to investigate all new entries in the USA under the pretext of crypto-related jobs for signs of labor trafficking.

Some of these adverts have maintained that the victims of such heinous crimes have been subjected to kidnapping, intimidation, and forced to commit gruesome international fraud schemes against their will.


Crypto Fraudsters are Hiring Talent from Asia to Run their Crypto Fraud Plans

FBI officials are very concerned about the innocent victims from Asia who are targeted by the crypto gang masters. So much so that they are carrying out an in-depth investigation into the matter of Asian crypto recruits especially in areas of technical support, beauty salon workers, and call service agents etc.

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These unsuspecting employees are lured into the country under false pretexts and then they are forced against their wills to commit crypto frauds.

FBI has also encouraged the affected victims of such schemes to finally break the oppressive silence and raise their voices for justice. For this purpose, the agency has even set up a special reporting portal for the victims to submit their stories and make sure that they are doing the right thing.

During the ongoing year, the FBI has been working alongside many crypto scammers who were trapped in the situation unwittingly.

FBI was conducting a joint operation with the Ukrainian police recently. Media reports have confirmed that the National Police Force of Ukraine and the Detroit field office of the FBI have cracked down on 9 digital currency service providers.

The law enforcement agency has been working on court orders to investigate these cases where any type of fraudulent digital currency crime was suspected. These crypto criminals have been active on domain names such as and among others.

CertiK a cryptocurrency auditing and cyber security entity issued a report on 30 April containing exploits and scams conducted throughout the month. These scams have led to an accumulated loss of $103.7 million in April alone.

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Total losses in April made up 50% of all the losses conducted through the ongoing year. At the same time, DidYouKnowGaming was a YouTube channel that was targeted by hackers who solicited XRP trading on the compromised channel.

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Hassan Mehmood (Saudi Arabia)

Hassan is currently working as a news reporter for Tokenhell. He is a professional content writer with 2 years of experience. He has a degree in journalism.

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