Cryptocurrency Scams

In 2018, Cryptocurrency scams totaled $1.7 billion in loses for people who were enticed to invest in in these types of online currencies. The unparalleled success of Bitcoin resulted in the formation of other cryptocurrencies and crypto wallets, which naturally caused people to invest in online coins. The most common Cryptocurrency scam is a Ponzi scheme – “old” investors in Cryptocurrency get money when new investors purchase virtual currencies. In essence, there is no profit whatsoever, money gets moved around between investors and the profits are close to none.

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For residents in the United Kingdom only, Action Refund does not assist consumers with complaints in relation to mis-sold investment products which have been purchased from firms regulated by the UK Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) and / or the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), such as contracts for differences.

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